noun, plural moths [mawthz, mothz, mawths, moths]. /mɔðz, mɒðz, mɔθs, mɒθs/.
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Origin of moth
OTHER WORDS FROM mothde·moth, verb (used with object)
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Example sentences from the Web for moth
The moth flies in June and July, and is common in all parts.Butterflies and Moths|William S. Furneaux
But this moth was unharmed—and a million cells had drunk so much energy that the ship reeled with its power.Hunters Out of Space|Joseph Everidge Kelleam
Fear not worms of clay; the moth shall eat them as a garment.Letters of Samuel Rutherford|Samuel Rutherford
We have already seen that he examined the moth, to find if it were healthy, and rejected its eggs if it were diseased.The Fertility of the Unfit|William Allan Chapple
The moth, which inhabits woods and well-timbered parks, is out in June and July.The Moths of the British Isles, First Series|Richard South