Definition of Fustily

1. Adverb. In a fusty manner. ¹



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Definition of Fustily

1. fusty [adv] - See also: fusty

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fustily

fustians
fustic
fustics
fustier
fustiest
fustigate
fustigated
fustigates
fustigating
fustigation
fustigations
fustilarian
fustilarians
fustilug
fustilugs
fustily (current term)
fustiness
fustinesses
fusting
fustoc
fustocs
fusts
fusty
fusulinid
fusulinids
fusuma
fusumas
fusure
fut.
futa

Literary usage of Fustily

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1. Self-culture, Intellectual, Physical and Moral: A Vade Mecum for Young Men by John Stuart Blackie (1902)
"... he is a leather-dealer, and can talk only about leather; a student, and smells fustily of books, as an inveterate smoker does of tobacco. ..."

2. Reminiscences of Twenty-five Years' Yachting in Australia: An Essay on Manly by Sir William Henry Bundey (1888)
"... he is a leather-dealer, and can talk only about leather; a student, and smells fustily of books, as an inveterate smoker does of tobacco. ..."

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