Examples of moss in a Sentence
Moss covered the fallen logs.
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In smaller cities, letting housing developments gather moss or fail could have serious consequences.
By drilling down into layers of moss that have accumulated on the southern continent over the last 150 years, researchers discovered that those diminutive plants have done more growing than usual in the last five decades.
No ants, but it was covered with an artist’s palette of lichen and moss, crafted in shades of yellow, brown, gray and green.
For entirely different scenery, hike the enchanted wonderland that is the Hoh Rain Forest, where ferns blanket the forest floor and moss drapes from giant evergreens.
The public firestorm began when researchers found high levels of heavy metals in certain mosses in Southeast Portland.
Despite their tiny stature and their adorable nicknames—moss piglets, water bears—the tenacious tardigrade has some tremendous capabilities.
Fill your sink up with about four inches of water, and place your plant and moss.
Libra: Green life can grow in the cracks in the sidewalk, and moss can stay green and alive all winter long.
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Origin and Etymology of moss
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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