Definition for mott (2 of 2)
noun Chiefly Southwestern U.S.
Origin of motte
Examples from the Web for mott
"This is more like it," said Mott, forgetful of the benefits of walking, as the horses started.
"Alden is going to win all the sprints," said Mott glumly while they were dressing.
Say, fellows, you just ought to have heard Mott rake over our class.
Mott, however, appeared to be in nowise disconcerted and laughingly received the bantering words of his classmates.
His triumph was short-lived, however; before he could open the box, Mott was after him."Carrots:"|Mrs. Molesworth