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noun 
  1. (context, Shakespearian) A woman who is "no longer fresh" or who has lost her virginity.
    • Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing, Act IV, Scene i, lines 59-60:
    • : I stand dishonor'd, that have gone about
    • : To link my dear friend to a common
adjective 
  1. Having lost its freshness from age. Stale food, for instance, is food which is still edible but has lost its deliciousness.
The steak is as as the beer.
If you don't enter a room for some days, the air will become .
  1. No longer new; no longer interesting; established; old; as, stale news, a stale joke, etc.

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