mildewd (alt. mildude) [mil-dyüd] noun, informal: 1. a man, formerly fastidious in dress and/or manner, who has now allowed himself to deteriorate with advancing age. 2. clothing that would only be worn by such an individual. (plural: mildewds)
- “Man, get a haircut. You’re such a mildewd.”
- “That shirt was mildewd 20 years ago.”
- “I don’t want to go to Shifty McNasty’s, it’s a bar for mildewds.”
- “The mildewd, no longer fashionably late, received a scowl from the prestigious crowd.”
I hereby submit this word to the English language. If you have other, more interesting uses, of the word – please feel free to leave them in a comment.
Special thanks to SarZ for causing me to think of this.