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Use "mouldiness" in a sentence
"There was a lean, saturnine lieutenant in the R.N.V.R. there that she knew as Mouldy James; she was not sure if the mouldiness was his nature or whether it meant that he had specialised in torpedoes."
"A day or two before, the Scotch Gardener had brought Saxon to see us, and a new kind of mouldiness that had got into his grape vines to show to John."
"Although she had been lying in the strong sunshine, the flesh was quite good, when we had scraped away a little mouldiness."