moose moose  /ˈmus/

Definition(s):

  • (n) large northern deer with enormous flattened antlers in the male; called `elk' in Europe and `moose' in North America

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Usage(s):

  1. Moose arrived about 1900, probably crossing from the mainland on the ice.
  2. Moose was another one of them.
  3. The directions are as simple as moose pie.

News

  1. Maine holds annual moose permit lottery drawing

    GREENVILLE, Maine (AP) — More than 4,000 moose hunting permits are up for grabs as Greenville plays host to Maine's 33rd annual moose permit lottery drawing.        
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Boston Globe

  2. Moose Lodge 2266

    Moose Lodge 2266, 210 Homestead Rd., 368-2266, dart league at 7 p.m. Alcoholic beverages for members and qualified guests only.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Lehigh Acres Citizen

  3. Moose Surprises Neighbors in Centerville

    (KUTV) A Moose on the loose surprised a neighborhood in Centerville Wednesday morning. The huge animal made itself comfortable in the backyards of a home, eating from the flower beds. The moose was tranquilized and put in a trailer. Wildlife Officials plan to release it somewhere near Kamas. ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: KUTV Salt Lake City

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Quotes

  1. Obama said last week's Republican National Convention did a good job of highlighting Palin's biography - "Mother, governor, moose shooter. That's cool," he said.
    on Sep 6, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source: Chicago Tribune

  2. "In hindsight, I wish I would have thrown it away. But I was giving Moose a chance to go out and battle for it," Grossman said. "The timing of it wasn't right. I should have waited until Moose had his eyes around so that he could see the ball...
    on Feb 5, 2007 By: Rex Grossman Source: Dolphins Insider

  3. "Conservatives must be breathing a little easier tonight because Sarah Palin passed a test," Donna Brazile said on ABC. "She did her homework. ...... Overall, there were no moose in the headlight moments."
    on Oct 2, 2008 By: Donna Brazile Source: Newsweek

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