Meaning of mildewed in English:

mildewed

Pronunciation /ˈmɪldjuːd/

Translate mildewed into Spanish

adjective

See mildew

‘By then, the originally beautiful, rich-coloured chestnuts are dried out, mildewed vestiges, fit only for stuffing turkeys.’
  • ‘The foundations of some of its towers date back two thousand years and I was struck by the haunting beauty of their forlorn mildewed walls.’
  • ‘I like their tenacity despite their sad mildewed leaves in June.’
  • ‘By July or sometimes earlier, depending on the weather, they can look quite mildewed and sorry for themselves.’
  • ‘Forget-me-nots will probably be looking mildewed and tatty soon, so pull them up and dispose of them.’