adjective, musk·i·er, musk·i·est.
Related formsmusk·i·ness, noun
Definition for musky (2 of 2)
noun, plural mus·kies.
Examples from the Web for musky
Vines that grow native in America (vitis labrusca, among others) are known for “foxy” or musky aromas and flavors.
On move-in day I opened the front door to a pungent, musky odor of pure mold.
The musky daughter of the Nile, with plaited hair and almond eyes.The Quiver, 1/1900|Anonymous
The musky smell of the animals tinged the first chill of Autumn which hung in the air.Nicanor - Teller of Tales|C. Bryson Taylor
The old arbor was trellised with grape vines, and legions of flies and bees feasted upon the musky, fragrant grapes.The Story of a Child|Pierre Loti
Fruit larger and rounder than Isabella; light purple to amber; sweet, juicy, musky flavor.The Grapes of New York|U. P. Hedrick
When burned it gives out a musky odor, and is often used in pastiles.The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom|P. L. Simmonds