Definition of Mosser

1. one that gathers or works with moss [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mosser

moss campion
moss family
moss frog
moss genus
moss green
moss lawn
moss locust
moss phlox
moss pink
moss starch
mossback
mossbacked
mossbacks
mossbunker
mossed
mosser (current term)
mossers
mosses
mossgrown
mossie
mossier
mossies
mossiest
mossily
mossiness
mossinesses
mossing
mossland
mosslands
mossless

Literary usage of Mosser

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1. A Book Written by the Spirits of the So-called Dead: With Their Own by Carl Gustaf Helleberg (1882)
"My investigations of spiritualism commenced with the excellent medium, Mrs. Laura mosser, now Mrs. Carter, through whose mediumship I had the first ..."

2. A Book Written by the Spirits of the So-called Dead: With Their Own by Carl Gustaf Helleberg (1883)
"My truth-loving friend, Mr. SG Anderson, at my request, introduced me to Mrs. mosser, at her residence, where we both on a clear Sunday morning, ..."

3. Proceedings and Papers Read Before the Lehigh County Historical Society by Lehigh County Historical Society (1908)
"Tobias mosser and Margaret, his wife, had a son John, born May 24, ... In 1762 Michael mosser was assessed for 150 acres in Low- hill township, ..."

4. --proceedings and Addresses --. by Pennsylvania-German Society (1895)
"HENRY mosser. Mr. President and Gentlemen of the Pennsylvania-German Society: On Monday morning, by first mail, I received a letter designating this toast ..."

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