Mothy



[maw-thee, moth-ee] /ˈmɔ θi, ˈmɒθ i/

adjective, mothier, mothiest.
1.
containing .
2.
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/ˈmɒθɪ/
adjective mothier, mothiest
1.
ragged; moth-eaten
2.
containing moths; full of moths

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