What is another word for moldy?

420 synonyms found


[ mˈə͡ʊldi], [ mˈə‍ʊldi], [ m_ˈəʊ_l_d_i]

"Moldy" is a term used to describe something that has become covered in mold, a type of fungus. If you're looking for synonyms to describe something with this unfortunate coating, consider words like "mildewy," "fungoid," or "fungal." Other options include "musty," "dank," or "damp" to describe the smell that often accompanies a moldy object. For a more visual description, try words like "splotchy," "spotty," or "speckled." And if you're hoping to convey the idea that something has become old or outdated, consider using "outmoded," "antiquated," or "obsolete." No matter which word you choose, it's never fun to deal with moldy things!

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What are the opposite words for moldy?

Moldy is a word used to describe something that has been affected by mold or mildew. Antonyms for moldy include fresh, clean, new, spotless, pristine, hygienic, and pure. These words refer to things that have not been corrupted by any form of decay or deterioration. Fresh is often used to describe food that has just been harvested, while new pertains to something that has never been used before. Clean and spotless refer to surfaces that are free from dirt, stains, and grime, while pristine is used to describe natural surroundings that are untouched by human intervention. Hygienic and pure describe things that are germ-free and free from contaminants.

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Usage examples for Moldy

Peeping out from under a chip among the litter at his feet was the moldy corner of a white envelope.
"The Valley of the Giants"
Peter B. Kyne
If she ever wrote a tiresome one, it must surely have been from here, as the damp and moldy house, covered with creeping vines and overgrown with ivy, surrounded by melancholy cypress and poplar trees, which shut out the view, could scarcely have inspired her with brilliant ideas.
"In the Courts of Memory 1858-1875."
L. de Hegermann-Lindencrone
True, its contents already are so antiquated that parents reject almost every sentence of it for themselves; true, the man of today understands its language only with difficulty-what of it, the children must gulp down the moldy, musty food.
"Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church"
Friedrich Bente

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