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Meanings of Mots:

noun

Short for bon mot.

Mott

mɒt

Meanings of Mott:

noun

A mound forming the site of a castle or camp.

Motte

mɒt

Meanings of Motte:

noun

A mound forming the site of a castle or camp.

Meanings of Mottes:

noun

A mound forming the site of a castle or camp.

Mottle

ˈmɒt(ə)l

Meanings of Mottle:

verb

Mark with spots or smears of colour.

Usage examples:

Green leaves that are heavily mottled with chocolate and maroon
noun

An irregular arrangement of spots or patches of colour.

Usage examples:

The ship was not dull grey as distance had suggested, but a mottle of khaki and black and olive green

Mottled

ˈmɒt.əld

Meanings of Mottled:

adjective

Marked with spots or smears of colour.

Usage examples:

A bird with mottled brown plumage
verb

Mark with spots or smears of colour.

Usage examples:

Green leaves that are heavily mottled with chocolate and maroon

Meanings of Mottledness:

noun

Mottled condition.

Meanings of Mottlers:

noun

A brush for applying mottling, used especially by house painters and decorators.

Mottles

ˈmɒt(ə)l

Meanings of Mottles:

verb

Mark with spots or smears of colour.

Usage examples:

Green leaves that are heavily mottled with chocolate and maroon
noun

An irregular arrangement of spots or patches of colour.

Usage examples:

The ship was not dull grey as distance had suggested, but a mottle of khaki and black and olive green

Mottling

ˈmɒt(ə)l

Meanings of Mottling:

verb

Mark with spots or smears of colour.

Usage examples:

Green leaves that are heavily mottled with chocolate and maroon
noun

An irregular arrangement of spots or patches of colour.

Usage examples:

The ship was not dull grey as distance had suggested, but a mottle of khaki and black and olive green

Meanings of Motto:

noun

A short sentence or phrase chosen as encapsulating the beliefs or ideals of an individual, family, or institution.

Usage examples:

The family motto is ‘faithful though unfortunate’

Meanings of Mottoed:

adjective

Inscribed with or bearing a motto.

Mottoes

ˈmɒtəʊ

Meanings of Mottoes:

noun

A short sentence or phrase chosen as encapsulating the beliefs or ideals of an individual, family, or institution.

Usage examples:

The family motto is ‘faithful though unfortunate’

Plural of motto

Meanings of Mottoless:

adjective

Without a motto.

Mottos

ˈmɒt.əʊ

Meanings of Mottos:

noun

A short sentence or phrase chosen as encapsulating the beliefs or ideals of an individual, family, or institution.

Usage examples:

The family motto is ‘faithful though unfortunate’

Meanings of Mottramite:

noun

An orthorhombic basic vanadate of lead, copper, and zinc occurring as green or brownish blades or black encrustations and forming a series with descloizite.

Meanings of Motty:

noun

A mark at which a player aims in quoits, marbles, etc.

Meanings of Mou:

noun

Mouth.

Meanings of Mouch:

verb

To eat up, to eat greedily.

Meanings of Mouche:

noun

A small black patch worn on the face as an ornament or to conceal a blemish. now chiefly historical.

Meanings of Mouched:

verb

To eat up, to eat greedily.

Meanings of Mouches:

verb

To eat up, to eat greedily.

Meanings of Mouching:

verb

To eat up, to eat greedily.

Mouchoir

ˈmuːʃwɑː

Meanings of Mouchoir:

noun

A handkerchief.

Usage examples:

Her hair covered with a mouchoir.

Mouchoirs

ˈmuːʃwɑː

Meanings of Mouchoirs:

noun

A handkerchief.

Usage examples:

Her hair covered with a mouchoir.

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