Fust, n. [OF. fust cask, F. fût cask, taste or smell of the cask, fustiness, cf. sentir le ft to taste of the cask. See 1st Fust.]

A strong, musty smell; mustiness.


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Fust, v. i.

To become moldy; to smell ill.



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Fust (?), n. [OF. fust, F. fût, fr. L. fustis stick staff.] Arch.

The shaft of a column, or trunk of pilaster.



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