Definition of Mottier

1. motty [adj] - See also: motty



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mottier

motortrucks
motorway
motorways
motory
motour
motrix
mots
motser
motsers
motte
motte and bailey
motted
mottes
motti
mottier (current term)
mottiest
mottis
mottle
mottled
mottled duck
mottled ducks
mottled enamel
mottled mallard
mottled mallards
mottler
mottlers
mottles
mottling
mottlings

Literary usage of Mottier

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1. The Cultivation of the Native Grape, and Manufacture of American Wines by George Husmann (1866)
"Mr. JE mottier gives us, as the result of his Delaware vineyard for the past two years, as follows: 1863—PROM 1£ ACRES. 165 gallons of wine, sold at $5 per ..."

2. The American Generals: From the Founding of the Republic to the Present Time by John Frost (1850)
"... FOR GENERAL GILBERT mottier LA FAYETTE. HIS illustrious champion of the freedom of man was born at the Castle of Cha- ..."

3. The American Journal of Horticulture and Florist's Companion (1869)
"Mr. John E. mottier of North East was opposed to the system of wide planting and high training advocated by Mr. Underhill, in view of the latter's ..."

4. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1916)
"5-9), this appearance being the basis of the statements of FARMER and MOORE (9), mottier (22), and others who interpret such as dividing ..."

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