moss-grown

[ maws-grohn, mos- ]
/ ˈmɔsˌgroʊn, ˈmɒs- /

adjective

overgrown with moss.
old-fashioned; antiquated: moss-grown traditions.

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Origin of moss-grown

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400
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British Dictionary definitions for moss-grown

moss-grown

adjective

covered with moss
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