mouldy

[mohl-dee]
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noun, plural mould·ies. British Military Slang.

a torpedo.

Origin of mouldy

1915–20; probably identical with Scottish and north dial. moudie a mole
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mouldy

US moldy

adjective mouldier or mouldiest or US moldier or moldiest

covered with mould
stale or musty, esp from age or lack of use
slang boring; dull
Derived Formsmouldiness or US moldiness, noun
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adj.

see moldy.

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