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mossy

adjective \ˈm-sē\
moss·i·ermoss·i·est

Definition of MOSSY

1
:  resembling moss
2
:  covered with moss or something like moss
3
:  antiquated <the mossy precepts of the … prescriptive grammarians — Thomas Pyles>

Examples of MOSSY

  1. <mossy rules of etiquette that date from the Victorian era>

First Known Use of MOSSY

15th century

Rhymes with MOSSY

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