OTHER WORDS FROM MoroccoMo·roc·can [muh-rok-uh n] /məˈrɒk ən/, adjective, nounpro-Mo·roc·can, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for morocco
A city high in the mountains of Morocco remained shut off from the world for almost 500 years.
We had shot so many months, we were in Morocco, we had all lost 10 pounds.‘The Honorable Woman’ Is Maggie Gyllenhaal's Best Performance Yet|Kevin Fallon|July 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The great games (Czechoslovakia—Brazil), the boring games (Uruguay—Israel), and the weird games (Morocco—Bulgaria).
Filmmaker Diana Whitten trailed Gomperts for seven years, capturing contentious missions to Spain and Morocco.
The most recent mission to the Women on Waves vessel to Morocco, but they were kicked out immediately.
I had brought my "Malmaison" and "Sultan of Morocco" roses with me, and also my budding-knife and the sap for budding.Dr. Dumany's Wife|Mr Jkai
There is something very solemn about the passing of a great kingdom—and Morocco has been renowned throughout Europe.Morocco|S.L. Bensusan
I also enclose you the copy of a letter from Mr. Barclay, closing his proceedings in our affairs with Morocco.The Writings of Thomas Jefferson|Thomas Jefferson
And now' (taking out a morocco case), 'let me put you in funds for the campaign.'Waverley|Sir Walter Scott
Moors say that corn in Morocco is known to yield, not forty, but a hundred-fold.In the Tail of the Peacock|Isabel Savory
British Dictionary definitions for morocco (1 of 2)
- a fine soft leather made from goatskins, used for bookbinding, shoes, etc
- (as modifier)morocco leather
Word Origin for morocco
British Dictionary definitions for morocco (2 of 2)
Culture definitions for morocco
Kingdom in northwestern Africa with coasts on the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea; it is bordered by Algeria to the east and the western Sahara to the south. Its largest city is Casablanca, and its capital is Rabat.