from The Century Dictionary.
- In a stale, commonplace, or hackneyed manner; so as to seem flat or tedious.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a stale manner.
- adverb obsolete Of old; long since.
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- adverb In a
- adverb obsolete of old;
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Nose wrinkling, Yvonne abruptly reached toward Jack's abandoned coffee mug, which was still almost full and stalely reeked of hazelnut, and shoved it farther away from her.
He sat Grover down in the small interview room which smelt stalely of sweat and unwashed socks.
It was all so stalely familiar -- the little rustle of excitement, the preliminary clapping, the settling down to listen, and then the sea of upturned faces spread out beneath her.
For let class-jealousy be what it may, a woman hates to see another woman left stalely on the shelf, without a chance.
The dominions of these petty despots are marked along the road with as much precision as the boundaries of an empire; we saw sometimes their stalely castles at a distance, forming quite a contrast to the poor scattering villages of the peasants.
A TALL and stalely wild plant, common by oor wB. y sides, and known by its great white prickly leaves and red flowers.
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