Definition of Mostwhat

1. adv. For the most part.



Definition of Mostwhat

1. Adverb. (obsolete) mostly; for the most part ¹

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Definition of Mostwhat

1. mostly [adv] - See also: mostly

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mostwhat

most significant byte
most significant bytes
most unattractive
most undesirable
most unpleasant
most unsuitable
most valuable player
most wicked
most widespread
mostaccioli
moste
mostest
mostests
mostly
mosts
mostwhat (current term)
mosy
mosying
mot juste
mota
motard
motards
motation
motations
motavizumab
motccil
mote
moted
motel room

Literary usage of Mostwhat

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1. Positions by Richard Mulcaster, Robert Hebert Quick (1888)
"... the diligent scholer in great strength of soule, beares mostwhat about him, but a feeble, weake, and a sickish bodie. Wherefore to haue the care equally ..."

2. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1876)
"... Service made and used by the English at Geneva,—which was mostwhat taken out of the French Book of Calvin. The milder Nonconformists could not join with ..."

3. Ninety-six Sermons by Lancelot Andrewes (1841)
"The sins of lust are well set out in old corrupt leaven, for BO they end, mostwhat in corruption and rottenness. The sin of malice likewise. ..."

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