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  • s  overgrown with moss
  • s  (used pejoratively) out of fashion; old fashioned

  • In Gibellina, the dead were piled on top of mossy sandstone tombs in the town cemetery.
  • Fish!he continues to handcraft a world of Zen-like stillness and beauty: water dripping on mossy rocks, or a train gliding over the sea in twilight.
  • No longer do personal relationships and mossy traditions insulate the Senate chamber from the vitriol that has come to pass as political debate in this country.
Quotes

  • Andy Robinson in Times Online
    We want to compete at the highest level and to achieve that objective we have to have a world-class goalkicker,Robinson said. "Unquestionably 'Mossy' [Paterson's nickname] is a world-class goalkicker. To move the squad forward it was...
  • Frank Hadden in Celtic League
    Scotland head coach Frank Hadden said: "Edinburgh's supporters will be delighted to welcome back one of their all-time favourites. Mossy is an iconic figure in Scottish sport and I'm delighted that from the end of May he will back in Edinburgh. To...
  • Dolly Parton in The Herald-Times (subscription)
    Me and my brothers and sisters used to play in the creeks around home in the Smoky Mountains, and more often than not, we'd land on a mossy covered rock that sent us for a ride like you wouldn't believe,Parton said. "That's the same kind...

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