noun, plural mould·ies. British Military Slang.
Origin of mouldy
Examples from the Web for mouldy
How glad she will be of an opportunity of relating that ancient quarrel with her sister and ventilating her mouldy grievances!The Purple Land|W. H. Hudson
From rock and bridge and mouldy archway tender tendrils of living green fluttered, brushing her cheeks.The Younger Set|Robert W. Chambers
Except one or two sodden mattresses and a huddled bunch of mouldy bed coverings, there was nothing of the slightest value.The Rushton Boys at Treasure Cove|Spencer Davenport
When Mass was over, old Alaida crept over the mouldy mosaics timidly to his side, and kneeled down on the stones.The Waters of Edera|Louise de la Rame, a.k.a. Ouida
And very good this was, too, not like the kind you read of in old-fashioned books, mouldy and full of worms.Two Boys of the Battleship|Frank V. Webster