American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Covered with moss or something like moss: mossy banks.
- adj. Resembling moss.
- adj. Old-fashioned; antiquated.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Overgrown with moss; abounding with or edged with moss
- adj. Resembling moss.
- adj. (used pejoratively) out of fashion; old fashioned
- adj. overgrown with moss
- moss + -y (Wiktionary)
“‘I can only conclude that mossy is scared of me,’ said belac.”
“Of course, much of the hunting clothing market is high-priced but you can easily find good-quality hunting clothing in mossy oak etc but not so much in outfitter camo and digicam.”
“I bought the Cabelas scentlok version in mossy oak, it was about 200 bucks ....”
“Chypre perfumes are often described as mossy, earthy, warm, spicy and nature-smelling.”
“Oh, I’m just an optimistic person, ralph … I really believe that mossy is gonna find a job that won’t be so personally degrading soon, there’s an opening on the right for a bad fake 70’s pimp coming up I hear ….”
“He was studying a particular type of brain neuron, called mossy cells, which are often damaged in people with epilepsy and are part of the hippocampus.”
“So I started with a base of that CIM color that looks kind of mossy green, anyone know the name? and I added some stripes and details.”
“If an emerald is already badly shattered, or as it is called "mossy" in character, it will not be wise to set it in a ring, as a slight shock might complete its fracture.”
“A fringed wrister may be made on the foundation described by holding a pencil on lengthwise with the left hand, and with the right sewing over and over it; make the rows quite close together, cut the wound yarn open with a pair of sharp scissors, and brush lightly across it, back and forth, until the cut ends become "mossy" or fluffed up.”
“Our ship did not look smart; on the contrary it looked so untidy that it had a kind of mossy, woolly, licheny appearance.”
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