adjective, moss·i·er, moss·i·est.
Origin of mossy
Related Words for mossydamp, downy, fresh, moist, overgrown, smooth, soft, plushy, cushiony, moss-grown, velvety, old, old-fashioned, outdated
Examples from the Web for mossy
Contemporary Examples of mossy
I'm surrounded by mossy ruins that just barely retain the shape of a building.Pablo Escobar’s Private Prison Is Now Run by Monks for Senior Citizens
June 7, 2014
Historical Examples of mossy
They are found on mossy banks where it is more or less damp.
It is found only occasionally on mossy hillsides, where there are not too many leaves.
She rose from the mossy log and accompanied him without another word.Jolly Sally Pendleton
Laura Jean Libbey
They had halted by the fence now, and Isabel's hand was on the mossy rail.
It is a grassy and a mossy town that gathers about the Russian chapel.Over the Rocky Mountains to Alaska
Charles Warren Stoddard