Examples of mosey in a Sentence
He moseyed up to the bar.
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Boston moseyed through and plucked defenseman Nick Holden, then returned five days later to coax away Rick Nash.
While Butler hustled to the spot Wilson fired at, Kearse moseyed at a gear past walk-through.
No worries, just mosey on down the block to Goldy’s Corner for a cuppa joe and an appetizing pastry and wait for a table.
While onlookers moseyed by, Berkeley and Bob's ceremony took place under an indoor trellis adorned with flowers, next to tables covered with white tablecloths and scattered rose petals.
From here, the two women mosey around—indulging a superfan, fending off paparazzi, driving to and fro, doing karaoke, and ending up at Heather’s house.
The story occurs in the third portion of the Torah, near the very beginning — but when Bergman joined, Weinblatt’s class had already been underway for a year, moseying through the creation story and the story of Noah at a highly deliberate pace.
Those lucky enough to score VIP wristbands moseyed up to the fifth floor for endless samples of Chef Jonathan Wicks's smoked gouda grits, pancetta wrapped pork, crispy brussel sprouts, and Waygu beef.
When Seattle wide receiver Brandon Lockette moseyed through his route, Butler beat him to the spot for the interception.
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Origin and Etymology of mosey
First Known Use: circa 1829See Words from the same year
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Definition of mosey for English Language Learners
: to walk or move in a slow and relaxed way
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