[fuhs-tee] /ˈfʌs ti/
adjective, fustier, fustiest.
having a stale smell; moldy; musty:
fusty rooms that were in need of a good airing.
old-fashioned or out-of-date, as architecture, furnishings, or the like:
They still live in that fusty, gingerbread house.
stubbornly conservative or old-fashioned; fogyish.
adjective -tier, -tiest
smelling of damp or mould; musty
old-fashioned in attitude
“stale-smelling,” late 14c., from Old French fusté “fusty, tasting of the cask,” from Old French fuist “wine cask,” originally “stick, stave,” from Latin fustis “staff, stick of wood.” Related: Fustiness.
[fuhs-tuh-nel-uh, foo-stuh-] /ˌfʌs təˈnɛl ə, ˌfu stə-/ noun 1. . [fuhs-tuh-nel-uh, foo-stuh-] /ˌfʌs təˈnɛl ə, ˌfu stə-/ noun 1. a short stiff skirt, usually pleated, made of white cotton or linen, worn by men in some parts of the Balkans. /ˌfʌstəˈnɛlə/ noun 1. a white knee-length pleated skirt worn by men in Greece and Albania
[fuhs-ti-geyt] /ˈfʌs tɪˌgeɪt/ verb (used with object), fustigated, fustigating. 1. to cudgel; beat; punish severely. 2. to criticize harshly; castigate: a new satire that fustigates bureaucratic shilly-shallying. /ˈfʌstɪˌɡeɪt/ verb 1. (transitive) (archaic) to beat; cudgel
[fuhs-tik] /ˈfʌs tɪk/ noun 1. the wood of a large, tropical American tree, Chlorophora tinctoria, of the mulberry family, yielding a light-yellow dye. 2. the tree itself. 3. the dye. 4. any of several other dyewoods. /ˈfʌstɪk/ noun 1. Also called old fustic. a large tropical American moraceous tree, Chlorophora tinctoria 2. the yellow dye […]
abbreviation 1. Group of Twenty-Four