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mouldy

adjective (BAD) UK (US moldy)     /ˈməʊl.di/ US  /ˈmoʊl-/
[before noun] UK old-fashioned slang of little value ; unpleasant : All he gave me was a mouldy old 50p.Of little or less importanceNot of good qualityRubbish and wasteInformal words for bad not modern or interesting : The city's museums are filled with mouldy old collections .Tedious and uninspiring
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