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  • proper noun (Gr. Myth.) The god of blame and mockery; Momus.

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  • noun Plural form of momo.

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  • noun god of blame and mockery

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Examples

  • We spent nights in basic lodges, where we chose from a menu of Tibetan dumplings called momos, daal bhat, a regional staple of lentils and rice, and various egg and potato dishes.

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  • Before I left, I ate a traditional meal of "momos" in one of the several Tibetan restaurants lining the main "strip".

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  • In addition to charming facilities in a beautiful setting, Sapana is a non-profit that uses the proceeds to benefit the local villagers through a variety of community development programs, so you can feel good about splurging on an after dinner hot chocolate under the stars, or learning to make momos from their onsite chef.

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  • Instead, he would spend it straight away on momos.

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  • Instead, he would spend it straight away on momos.

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  • Bad policy meant capital got overallocated and too quickly, as momentum mutual funds (momos) and day traders furiously drove up stock prices of every company with dot-com in its name for no fundamental reasons.

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  • Bad policy meant capital got overallocated and too quickly, as momentum mutual funds (momos) and day traders furiously drove up stock prices of every company with dot-com in its name for no fundamental reasons.

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  • I heard that in Buxa, if someone gave some offerings, rather than save it, Gen Losang immediately had momos made.

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  • Bad policy meant capital got overallocated and too quickly, as momentum mutual funds (momos) and day traders furiously drove up stock prices of every company with dot-com in its name for no fundamental reasons.

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  • I heard that in Buxa, if someone gave some offerings, rather than save it, Gen Losang immediately had momos made.

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