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Definition of "moorish" [moorish]

  • Boggy, marshy; like a moor. (adjective)

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Use "moorish" in a sentence
  • "Even ordinary high pasture lands, in Scotland, if left long untilled, become of "moorish" quality, or acquire a thin layer of peaty covering over the surface of the original earthy soil."
  • "April 11, 2010 at 3:57 pm we still has a little like it in owr lawndry room, is on the list to be replaced. dis place wuz decked owt like a 1970s moorish castle wen we bought it. right down to teh giant avocado-green flocked wallpaper peacokk on teh living room wall. *blarg*"
  • "Let's see if we can find a moorish-style castle for Son of the Pink Panther and I'll make a contribution towards supporting kids in Jordan."
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