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  1. vinnewed(Adjective)

    mouldy

  2. vinnewed(Adjective)

    musty

    Many of Chaucer's words are become, as it were, vinnewed and hoary with over-long lying. --F. Beaumont.

  3. Origin: From vinnewed, past participle of vinnewen, from fynegian, from fynig. Related to fyne. More at finew.

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  1. Vinnewed(adj)

    moldy; musty

  2. Origin: [See Fenowed.]

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