Examples of moss in a Sentence
Moss covered the fallen logs.
Recent Examples of moss from the Web
Don’t pull a Justin Bieber, who was accused of rolling around in the moss in 2015.
Mammoths and other large herbivores of the Pleistocene continually trampled mosses and shrubs, uprooting trees and disturbing the landscape.
Is there anything wrong with a moss instead of grass yard?
Her cuffs allow a lone rosette to be cradled in moss.
Then again, Burch knows a thing or two about florals: Her Fall 2018 runway was covered in green moss and pink carnations.
Plant in sheet moss placed in a wicker basket with an iron pedestal base, carry outside weekly for a watering, and place in indirect light indoors.
Where the rocks had spalled, the ledges were covered in moss and spiked with twisted red arbutus trees.
Around them there seemed to be an infinite sampling of vegetation: ferns and clover and scrub and bracken giving way to maples and firs and oaks and hemlocks covered in lichen and moss.
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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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