Examples of moss in a Sentence
Moss covered the fallen logs.
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Fill the hole with sphagnum peat moss (looks like fibrous, tan moss) or homemade compost.
To make your leafy halo look straight from the jungle, add moss, feathers, stick-on pearls, and a little birdie friend (ours is named Henry) into the vines.
Some of the gauze was packed with moss, which absorbed blood.
Led by Dan Charman of the University of Exeter, the team took moss core samples at three sites across a 400-mile swath of the Antarctic Peninsula.
Bryophytes, mosses that grow on tree trunks, collect a lot of the water that goes down the mountain, Ms. Gónzalez said.
Neither mulch nor moss work well in that capacity on a slope.
The house, her first, was covered in moss and contained ghoulish miniature dolls, pumpkins and gory accessories.
The group worked under a searing sun, soaking Mr. Basquiat’s headstone with a cleaning solution and scrubbing its surface with brushes to remove moss and the wax stains from candles.
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Origin and Etymology of moss
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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