- v. present participle of mildew.
“I'm glad to hear he's doing OK except for the "mildewing".”
“Gun dealers all over the Gulf Coast region were driven out of business by the hurricane, and they sent their wet and mildewing records to Martinsburg.”
“Griffin inhaled ancient dust from the leather book and its mildewing pages.”
“NASA scientists are rescuing a bunch of mildewing lunar photography archives that were scheduled to be destroyed.”
“My mildewing music degree is starting to get a little stink on it, and cries out to be used somehow.”
“The reasons may be found in Rangoon, amid the mildewing British colonial buildings and billboards threatening to "" crush '' foreign troublemakers.”
“Not inside so far, but parts of the woodwork on the outside of the house are mildewing.”
“In Belgrave Square I met the last man — an ostler — sitting on a post in a ragged red waistcoat, eating straw, and mildewing away.”
“If you have slightly damp clothes from the dryer or line that you intend to iron, you must roll and cover and store them the same way to avoid their drying prematurely or mildewing.”
“Then, the old, mildewing cape and the broom on his back, a corked flagon of fresh water slung over his shoulder, he made his way lightly down a back staircase and through the dry goods pantry.”
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