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  • adj. comparative form of fusty: more fusty


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  • The classroom smelled fustier than usual, and I desperately needed some fresh air.


  • Has it discovered a dimensional portal through the back of my handy reference shelf into a fustier world with baize lampshades and discreet manservants where it can be happy?

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • Even small details like moulding reflect the West Coast aesthetic, with clean lined grooves replacing fustier crown styles.

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  • Of course, costs are lower than a traditional book, and there's a lot more clever marketing than the fustier, old-school publishers could offer.

    Fast Company

  • He had hit the ground running at NATAS after he was chosen in 2002 to lead the group and mandated to shake up the then-fustier cousin of the Los Angeles-based Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.



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