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Mo Ti

[maw dee] /ˈmɔ ˈdi/
noun
1.

Mo-tze

or Mo Tzu, Mo-tse, Mo Tse

[maw-dzuh] /ˈmɔˈdzʌ/
noun
1.
(Mo Ti) flourished 5th century b.c, Chinese philosopher.
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  • But the fanatics, religion-crazed, closed in again in moti's wake and smote as before.

    The Three Sapphires W. A. Fraser
  • The natives saw that moti had come to help Bahadar and not to belabour him.

    The Three Sapphires W. A. Fraser
  • moti was for all the world like the "anchor man" on a tug-of-war team.

    The Three Sapphires W. A. Fraser
  • "That accounts largely for the stealing of moti," Finnerty declared.

    The Three Sapphires W. A. Fraser
  • It was the end of the day, and moti was coming home from the fishing.

    Martin Eden Jack London
  • moti wept in her bower, and Nature, which sympathizes with the good, grieved around her.

    Atm Caroline Augusta Frazer
  • And this was moti's garden, where happiness and beauty had once their dwelling.

    Atm Caroline Augusta Frazer
  • The little maid who loved her lay on the floor at her feet and wept because moti wept.

    Atm Caroline Augusta Frazer
  • It seemed a long while since moti died, for in his heart joy, and hope, and youth had died since.

    Atm Caroline Augusta Frazer
British Dictionary definitions for moti

moti

/məʊˈtiː/
noun
1.
(Hinglish, derogatory) a fat woman or girl
Word Origin
C21: Hindi
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