Definition of Mouldier

1. Adjective. (comparative of mouldy) ¹



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Definition of Mouldier

1. mouldy [adj] - See also: mouldy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mouldier

moujik
moujiks
moulage
moulages
mould
mouldability
mouldable
mouldboard
mouldboard plough
moulded
moulder
mouldered
mouldering
moulderingly
moulders
mouldier (current term)
mouldiest
mouldily
mouldiness
moulding
mouldings
mouldlike
moulds
mouldwarp
mouldwarps
mouldy
moulinet
moulinets
moulins

Literary usage of Mouldier

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1. Works by Washington Irving (1895)
"There is as rare picking in it as in a Stilton cheese, and in the same taste—the mouldier the better." He went on to mention circumstances of ' mighty ..."

2. Poets of America by Edmund Clarence Stedman (1885)
"... drearily old-fashioned, like its town halls and college barracks, still remaining, all the older and mouldier because they are not antique. ..."

3. The Writings of Charles Dickens by Charles Dickens, Gilbert Ashville Pierce (1894)
"Nothing new here but a speaking-pipe, a post-box, and a mouldy smell from some forgotten crypt — an extra mouldy smell, mouldier than of yore. ..."

4. Poets of America by Edmund Clarence Stedman (1885)
"... drearily old-fashioned, like its town halls and college barracks, still remaining, all the older and mouldier because they are not antique. ..."

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