mosey had retained HoganWillig, the filing said, to pursue claims on behalf of the estate.
We mosey up to the massive, ornate wooden bar and take a seat.
If he was real wise he'd mosey along toward Rocky Bend and pop off your second man.
"I reckon I'll just mosey over to the desert," drawled the fidgety man.
Braithwaite followed slowly, pausing a moment to exchange some banter with saucy mosey Louis.
"Very good of you, I'm sure," Mrs. mosey answered ironically.
It was on that same trip when mosey was curin' the cow that a man who lived near by sent for him. '
All right; I'll just mosey along up the trail after a while.
But do we get up our mudhooks right now, Jack, and mosey out of this nook?
I must mosey up to the North End to see a man who has got a lovely throat.
1829, American English slang, of unknown origin, perhaps related to British dialectal mose about "go around in a dull, stupid way." Or perhaps from Spanish vamos (see vamoose). Related: Moseyed; moseying.
To move along, esp to walk slowly; saunter; ease on: A mild river that moseyed at will/ The Wheaton cruiser moseyed on by me and turned back toward town
[1829+; perhaps fr Spanish vamos; perhaps fr British dialect mose about, ''walk in a stupid manner'']