mosey mosey  /ˈmoʊ zi/


  • (v) walk leisurely


  1. In mid-afternoon Shivers came out smiling, said he was going to mosey around and might look at Abe Lincoln's tomb while Stevenson thought the matter over.
  2. As a theatre town Milwaukee is underweight; its two barnlike theatres just mosey along.
  3. All Bill Raine has to do is close his eyes and mosey back to his memories.


  1. Bristol Bits: 1959, it was a very good year

    I was out of state for an extended weekend, so I wasn’t able to mosey around town to pick up bits for this column. So bear with me as I start out with a partial picture of my Class of ’59 at Stafford School. Bill Laser, who is in the picture, sent it to me.
    on July 3, 2013     Source: The Bristol Press

  2. BBC Editorial Director Announces Departure Less Than Two Months After Promotion

    UPDATED: Roger Mosey, who led the U.K. public broadcaster's London 2012 Olympics coverage, will head up a college that is part of the University of Cambridge. read more        
    on July 2, 2013     Source: The Hollywood Reporter

  3. Thyme with Rosemary: Experience summer in every berry

    As I walked barefoot on the worn, curving trail with the cattle, they would often mosey over to the fence bordering the growing crops and stretch their necks through the wire fencing, trying to grab a mouthful of green grass-like wheat or young stalks of
    on June 29, 2013     Source: Journal & Courier

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