a moulder of public opinion
I couldn't permit someone of your abilities to moulder away in a backwater
At last those in the know can luxuriate in the lost aural treasures that have been mouldering in the BBC vaults.
Some of these ordinary people lay quiet and undisturbed in the churchyards of our parish churches, mouldering silently away, their faith in the certainty of bodily resurrection yet to be realized.
Frankly I don't understand why most companies don't follow the same policy as franked income in the hands of shareholders is worth a lot more to them than huge piles of franking credits mouldering away in the company's balance sheet.
Are there, mouldering in some bottom drawer, still existing examples of the Brigadoon bra and panties?
The Egyptian Halls in Union Street, now mouldering , is not only Thomson's finest commercial building but one of the most extraordinary commercial buildings of its time.
Ancient rusting gates invite you up leafy avenues to romantic lost demesnes, ivy-clad ruins and mouldering monuments.
Museums chiefs in York are preparing a multimillion pound bid for lottery cash to make countless ‘hidden treasures’ in the city accessible to the public - and save some of them from literally mouldering away.
On gateposts here and there are pumpkin jack-o'-lanterns, softly mouldering away, some with smoky eyes from exhausted candles.