Definition of Mosquitoey

1. Adjective. Swarming with mosquitoes. ¹



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Definition of Mosquitoey

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mosquitoey

mosquito bites
mosquito boat
mosquito clamp
mosquito control
mosquito craft
mosquito fern
mosquito forceps
mosquito hawk
mosquito net
mosquito nets
mosquitocidal
mosquitocide
mosquitocides
mosquitoed
mosquitoes
mosquitoey (current term)
mosquitofish
mosquitofishes
mosquitos
moss
moss-grown
moss-lichen wetland
moss-trooper
moss agate
moss animal
moss campion
moss family
moss frog
moss genus
moss green

Literary usage of Mosquitoey

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1. The Writings of Henry David Thoreau by Henry David Thoreau (1906)
"... or else too low and grassy, and therefore mosquitoey. We then took out the baggage and drew up the canoe, sometimes turning it over on shore for safety. ..."

2. B.C., 1887: A Ramble in British Columbia by James Arthur Lees, Walter J. Clutterbuck (1888)
"GOLDEN in its winter aspect looked much colder and not nearly so mosquitoey as when we last saw it, but the Queen's Hotel remained the same, ..."

3. Letters from the Western Pacific and Mashonaland 1878-1891 by Hugh Hastings Romilly (1893)
"Christmas is very near; a good deal hotter and more mosquitoey than yours. Though this place is not so very far from the line, the heat is very bearable. ..."

4. About Ceylon and Borneo: Being an Account of Two Visits to Ceylon, One to by Walter J. Clutterbuck (1892)
"... jungle-reflecting river, instead of the iniquitous mosquitoey place where we were then living. It was being constructed almost entirely without nails. ..."

5. High School English by Abram Royer Brubacher, Dorothy Ermina Snyder (1919)
"... or else too low and grassy, and therefore mosquitoey. We then took out the baggage and drew up the canoe, sometimes turning it over on shore for safety. ..."

6. The Technical World (1904)
"v« "Good Heavens, Washington, how does your master live in such a mosquitoey hole as this?" "Well, Sar, the fact am, at night Mars George am so ..."

7. The Writings of Henry David Thoreau by Henry David Thoreau (1906)
"... or else too low and grassy, and therefore mosquitoey. We then took out the baggage and drew up the canoe, sometimes turning it over on shore for safety. ..."

8. B.C., 1887: A Ramble in British Columbia by James Arthur Lees, Walter J. Clutterbuck (1888)
"GOLDEN in its winter aspect looked much colder and not nearly so mosquitoey as when we last saw it, but the Queen's Hotel remained the same, ..."

9. Letters from the Western Pacific and Mashonaland 1878-1891 by Hugh Hastings Romilly (1893)
"Christmas is very near; a good deal hotter and more mosquitoey than yours. Though this place is not so very far from the line, the heat is very bearable. ..."

10. About Ceylon and Borneo: Being an Account of Two Visits to Ceylon, One to by Walter J. Clutterbuck (1892)
"... jungle-reflecting river, instead of the iniquitous mosquitoey place where we were then living. It was being constructed almost entirely without nails. ..."

11. High School English by Abram Royer Brubacher, Dorothy Ermina Snyder (1919)
"... or else too low and grassy, and therefore mosquitoey. We then took out the baggage and drew up the canoe, sometimes turning it over on shore for safety. ..."

12. The Technical World (1904)
"v« "Good Heavens, Washington, how does your master live in such a mosquitoey hole as this?" "Well, Sar, the fact am, at night Mars George am so ..."

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