adjective, fus·ti·er, fus·ti·est.
Words nearby fusty
Origin of fusty
OTHER WORDS FROM fustyfus·ti·ly, adverbfus·ti·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for fusty
Any chance that fusty old uniform can get revamped into something more appropriately Batman-esque for the occasion?Joe Biden on WikiLeaks Damage and More Sunday Talk|The Daily Beast Video|December 19, 2010|DAILY BEAST
I know, I know—I feel like a fusty old crank merely posing the question.
But this was the heart of summer, and there was no need to go into the musty, fusty old house.Girls of the Forest|L. T. Meade
It seems so funny not to go to it, instead of moping in these fusty lodgings.The Rough Road|William John Locke
At the top of the stair I was pushed into a dark, fusty room, and guided to a low, fusty sofa or bed.Nights in London|Thomas Burke
In the damp climate of western Carolina such an interior is fusty, or even wet.Our Southern Highlanders|Horace Kephart
Perhaps you could go from the musty, fusty lodgings to some fresher place with this to help you.The School Queens|L. T. Meade