moccasin moccasin  /ˈmɑ kə sɪn/


  • (n) soft leather shoe; originally worn by Native Americans


  1. Diego Della Valle took over his family's shoe business in 1978 and with a moccasin steered it into luxury goods.
  2. The group includes rattlesnake, moccasin, copperhead, fer-de-lance.
  3. Hawaiians call moccasin-shaped Molokai the Friendly Island and regard it as an affable relic of the bustling new state's past.


  • Snake bite non-poisonous

    Cleburne firefighters responded at 9:44 a.m. May 30 to the 2200 block of Pipeline Road after a 62-year-old Cleburne man received a bite on the finger by what he thought might be a water moccasin.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Cleburne Times-Review

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