[ moi-tee ]
/ ˈmɔɪ ti /
adjective, moit·i·er, moit·i·est.
full of moits.
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Also mot·ey [moh-tee] /ˈmoʊ ti/.
Origin of moity
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Examples from the Web for moity
The charitable Welshman divided with the bookseller the salary given to Leonard, and left a quarter of his moity in advance.