Examples of moss in a Sentence
Moss covered the fallen logs.
Recent Examples of moss from the Web
And the number of moss-mining villages could be expanded.
Or just a Cheesecake Factory dressed in farmers’ clothes, with jars of produce on the shelves and a live moss chicken sculpture in the foyer for full rustic effect?
Some highlights of the day, including shows from Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu: CHANEL’S AUTUMNAL MUSING An autumnal palette in the clothes mirrored the oak leaves and green moss that covered the floor at the Grand Palais salon.
Its distant roar is barely a backdrop, however, to the lush, insulating carpet of moss and grass, indented here and there with deer tracks and appointed with woodsy shelters protected by cedar shingles in a setting Hollywood would envy.
Designers Chris Kascsak and Bret Manning found inspiration in the restaurant's name and nature to create the calming color palette of earth, moss and slate tones.
Shorter plants may be Lady’s Mantle, borage (with their startling blue flowers), nepeta (cat’s mint, not as enticing as catnip), woolly lamb’s ear or even moss roses.
The knob was a small rocky knoll, covered with mosses, shrubs, and lichen.
Assertive but earthy colors such as moss, ochre and chestnut highlight soothing upholstery in plush, touchable velvet, suede and chenille.
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MOSS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of moss for English Language Learners
: a type of green plant that has very small leaves and no flowers and that grows on rocks, bark, or wet ground
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