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Definition of "mothery" []

  • Consisting of, containing, or resembling mother (in vinegar). (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "mothery" in a sentence
  • "Tell her, then, tell her all you wish, you dear old fluttery, mothery poet father — as though it made any difference."
  • "There's a Peter Beagle and a Jeffrey Ford and a Hiromo Goto and a shweta_narayan (which I'm feeling very god-mothery and proud about, since it was one of her Clarion stories and I told her to submit it, and it's one of the coolest animal/husband stories evar) and a Gregory Frost and and lovely, classical, poetic Ellen Kushner -- oh, here's the whole TOC:"
  • "Borri pretends — is it not enough to make the clearest liquid in the world both seculent and mothery?"