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  • adj. Having no moss.

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Examples

  • Now they fared over that neck somewhat east, making but slow way because the ground was so broken and rocky; and in another hour's space Sure-foot led down-hill due east to where the stony neck sank into another desolate miry heath still falling toward the east, but whose further side was walled by a rampart of crags cleft at their tops into marvellous-shapes, coal-black, ungrassed and unmossed.

    The Roots of the Mountains; Wherein Is Told Somewhat of the Lives of the Men of Burgdale

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