What is another word for moldered?

Pronunciation: [mˈə͡ʊldəd] (IPA)

Moldered is a term that refers to something that has decayed or decomposed over time. Alternative synonyms that can describe the same condition include rotten, decayed, decomposed, degraded, disintegrated, deteriorated, putrefied, and spoiled. These synonyms can be used to describe various things, such as old food, decaying plants, spoiled fabric, or degraded buildings. They all paint a picture of something that has been left to decay and disintegrate over time. These words are useful to describe things that have lost their value or importance due to neglect or time. They also illustrate the natural cycle of life and death.

What are the hypernyms for Moldered?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Moldered

Why, ain't th' paper all moldered away, Henry, with the damp an' all?"
"An Alabaster Box"
Mary E. Wilkins Freeman and Florence Morse Kingsley
Generations upon generations, whose mortal forms long centuries ago moldered away, may still be active laborers in and about the men of to-day, and may be, and may always have been, the immediate manifesters of all supernal intelligence and marvelous force issuing from regions which the eye of flesh lacks power to scan.
"Witchcraft of New England Explained by Modern Spiritualism"
Allen Putnam
Their clothes, ruined by the humid filth of their dungeons, moldered to decay.
"Madame Roland, Makers of History"
John S. C. Abbott

Famous quotes with Moldered

  • In the middle of the floor lay a skeleton, every vestige of flesh gone from the bones to which still clung the mildewed and moldered remnants of what had once been clothing. Upon the bed lay a similar gruesome thing, but smaller, while in a tiny cradle near-by was a third, a wee mite of a skeleton. To none of these evidences of a fearful tragedy of a long dead day did little Tarzan give but passing heed. His wild jungle life had inured him to the sight of dead and dying animals, and had he known that he was looking upon the remains of his own father and mother he would have been no more greatly moved.
    Edgar Rice Burroughs

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