adjective, mold·i·er, mold·i·est.
- molding board,
- molding plane,
- moldy fig,
- mole crab,
- mole cricket,
- mole drain
Origin of moldy
Examples from the Web for moldy
Many say they became sick after eating the frozen or moldy food the CBP officials gave them.Detained Immigrant Children Report Physical, Verbal, and Sexual Abuse By Border Patrol Agents|Caitlin Dickson|June 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
That educated lingo is used to sweeten biscuits so moldy no one should be expected to swallow them.
Ahead loomed the gloomy old Abbington Monastery, a structure of moldy stone enclosed by a high brick wall.The Cry at Midnight|Mildred A. Wirt
They had eaten nothing for nigh a week, except some moldy bread, with the chance of a stray cat or a shot bird to flavor it.Under Two Flags|Ouida [Louise de la Ramee]
A detour and they avoided an ore car, rusty and half filled, standing on the little track, now sagging on moldy ties.The Cross-Cut|Courtney Ryley Cooper
Corn silage is a fine feed if it is not moldy and does not contain so much corn as to be too fattening.Ducks and Geese|Harry M. Lamon
I paused, arrested by that moldy and stale odor peculiar to deserted and condemned rooms, of dead rooms.Famous Modern Ghost Stories|Various