Definition of 'mossy'
Example sentences containing 'mossy'
`He fought well, after all, and a fitter resting place would be on the woodland's mossy floor, where I am lying now.THE ANCIENT AND SOLITARY REIGN (2002)
At playtime Beth and Anna hurried to a corner of the field and snuggled down beside a big mossy boulder among the birch trees.NOBLE BEGINNNINGS (2002)
English graveyards are timidly populated by anonymous, mossy tombstones, but over here they prefer a more dramatic approach.LOVE YOU MADLY (2002)
Two or three mugs of unfinished coffee, each in a varying state of mossy decomposition, sprouted among the trash.ABOUT THE AUTHOR (2002)
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