Definition of Mozing

1. moze [v] - See also: moze



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mozing

moyles
moyling
moyls
moys
moz
mozambique
mozartite
mozavaptan
moze
mozed
mozes
mozetta
mozettas
mozette
mozgovaite
mozing (current term)
mozo
mozos
mozy
mozz
mozzarella
mozzarellas
mozzes
mozzetta
mozzettas
mozzette
mozzie
mozzies
mozzle
mozzles

Literary usage of Mozing

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1. Glossary of Northamptonshire Words and Phrases by Anne Elizabeth Baker (1854)
"It is often said, " What do you stand mozing there for?" A remotely qualified sense of musing. Jamieson gives mozie, a weak, stupid-looking person. MUCH. ..."

2. A Comprehensive History of the Woollen and Worsted Manufactures: And the by James Bischoff (1842)
"After being sheared, it is subject to the gig-mill in one direction only, which is called mozing. It is afterwards cut and ..."

3. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Appellate Court of the State by Indiana Appellate Court (1903)
"Morse, 25 Ind. 156. .646 mozing'o v. Ross, 150 Ind. 088 157 Murdock v. Stickney, 8 Cush. 113 ." r.69 Murphy v. Barlow. 5 Ind. 230 337 Murphy v. ..."

4. A Treatise on tuberculosis: The Constitutional Origin of Consumption and by Henry Ancell (1852)
"... at first, according to M. Guillot, independent of the circulation, but ultimately anasto- mozing with the vessels of the greater circulation; ..."

5. The Manuscripts of His Grace the Duke of Portland: Preserved at Welbeck Abbey by John Nalson, Robert Harley Oxford, William Stratford, James Joel Cartwright, Richard Ward (1907)
"... now called mozing mills for avoiding the penalties of the law," in the dressing of cloth. These " engines " still require to be suppressed in ..."

6. Glossary of Northamptonshire Words and Phrases by Anne Elizabeth Baker (1854)
"It is often said, " What do you stand mozing there for?" A remotely qualified sense of musing. Jamieson gives mozie, a weak, stupid-looking person. MUCH. ..."

7. A Comprehensive History of the Woollen and Worsted Manufactures: And the by James Bischoff (1842)
"After being sheared, it is subject to the gig-mill in one direction only, which is called mozing. It is afterwards cut and ..."

8. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Appellate Court of the State by Indiana Appellate Court (1903)
"Morse, 25 Ind. 156. .646 mozing'o v. Ross, 150 Ind. 088 157 Murdock v. Stickney, 8 Cush. 113 ." r.69 Murphy v. Barlow. 5 Ind. 230 337 Murphy v. ..."

9. A Treatise on tuberculosis: The Constitutional Origin of Consumption and by Henry Ancell (1852)
"... at first, according to M. Guillot, independent of the circulation, but ultimately anasto- mozing with the vessels of the greater circulation; ..."

10. The Manuscripts of His Grace the Duke of Portland: Preserved at Welbeck Abbey by John Nalson, Robert Harley Oxford, William Stratford, James Joel Cartwright, Richard Ward (1907)
"... now called mozing mills for avoiding the penalties of the law," in the dressing of cloth. These " engines " still require to be suppressed in ..."

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