Recent Examples of mosh from the Web
Somehow, everyone moshed and sang along, a small miracle given the weight of those words.
The Chicago native even moshed with the crowd shirtless at one point, before asking for someone to bring the 22-year-old a water bottle to the stage.
While the majority of Forecastle's performers attract youthful festival heads to mosh pits and head banging, Preservation Hall's crowd was a melting pot of ages, musical tastes and fashions.
My teenage years were spent moshing to alternative music at live venues in the DC punk scene, vigorously honing my artistic skills, and reading everything Robert Heinlein ever wrote.
Seminal acts like California band T.S.O.L. will attract aging punks, while head-bangers will mosh to metal bands including Hatebreed.
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Origin and Etymology of mosh
First Known Use: 1983See Words from the same year
MOSH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mosh for English Language Learners
: to dance in a wild and rough way near the stage at a rock concert
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