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fusty

adjective (OLD-FASHIONED)    /ˈfʌs.ti/ disapproving
old-fashioned in ideas and beliefs: Rupert's father belongs to some fusty old gentleman's club in London where they don't allow women in.Old or old-fashionedThe elderly
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