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