mosey


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mo·sey

 (mō′zē)
intr.v. mo·seyed, mo·sey·ing, mo·seys Informal
1. To move in a leisurely, relaxed way; saunter: moseyed over to the club after lunch.
2. To get going; move along.

[Origin unknown.]

mosey

(ˈməʊzɪ)
vb (intr)
informal (often foll by: along or on) to walk in a leisurely manner; amble
[C19: origin unknown]

mo•sey

(ˈmoʊ zi)

v.i. -seyed, -sey•ing. Informal.
1. to wander leisurely; stroll; saunter (often fol. by along, about, etc.).
2. to leave quickly; decamp.
[1820–30, Amer.; orig. uncertain]

mosey


Past participle: moseyed
Gerund: moseying

Imperative
mosey
mosey
Present
I mosey
you mosey
he/she/it moseys
we mosey
you mosey
they mosey
Preterite
I moseyed
you moseyed
he/she/it moseyed
we moseyed
you moseyed
they moseyed
Present Continuous
I am moseying
you are moseying
he/she/it is moseying
we are moseying
you are moseying
they are moseying
Present Perfect
I have moseyed
you have moseyed
he/she/it has moseyed
we have moseyed
you have moseyed
they have moseyed
Past Continuous
I was moseying
you were moseying
he/she/it was moseying
we were moseying
you were moseying
they were moseying
Past Perfect
I had moseyed
you had moseyed
he/she/it had moseyed
we had moseyed
you had moseyed
they had moseyed
Future
I will mosey
you will mosey
he/she/it will mosey
we will mosey
you will mosey
they will mosey
Future Perfect
I will have moseyed
you will have moseyed
he/she/it will have moseyed
we will have moseyed
you will have moseyed
they will have moseyed
Future Continuous
I will be moseying
you will be moseying
he/she/it will be moseying
we will be moseying
you will be moseying
they will be moseying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been moseying
you have been moseying
he/she/it has been moseying
we have been moseying
you have been moseying
they have been moseying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been moseying
you will have been moseying
he/she/it will have been moseying
we will have been moseying
you will have been moseying
they will have been moseying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been moseying
you had been moseying
he/she/it had been moseying
we had been moseying
you had been moseying
they had been moseying
Conditional
I would mosey
you would mosey
he/she/it would mosey
we would mosey
you would mosey
they would mosey
Past Conditional
I would have moseyed
you would have moseyed
he/she/it would have moseyed
we would have moseyed
you would have moseyed
they would have moseyed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.mosey - walk leisurelymosey - walk leisurely      
walk - use one's feet to advance; advance by steps; "Walk, don't run!"; "We walked instead of driving"; "She walks with a slight limp"; "The patient cannot walk yet"; "Walk over to the cabinet"

mosey

verb
Informal. To walk at a leisurely pace:
Translations

mosey

[ˈməʊzɪ] VI to mosey alongpasearse
to mosey down to the shopsir dando un paseo a las tiendas

mosey

[ˈməʊzi] vi
to mosey somewhere (= wander) → aller quelque part sans se presser
References in classic literature ?
So tomorrow I'll be up bright and early, make my little old collection, and mosey off to Tennessee, on my own hind legs, with a rousing good-by to Gadsby's.
So I'll mosey along now, and smouch a couple of case-knives.
old Joe Mosey and Leon were playing cards one nite last week in the woods.
Mosey was too fluent, and too fond of hearing the sound of her own eminently persuasive voice.
Mosey respectfully, ready to hear what it meant, if Emily would only be so good as to tell her.
Mosey compared her written directions with the medicine-bottles on the table, and set one apart to be used at the appointed time.
Mosey, she had left Emily to the mercy of a stranger--animated, nevertheless, by sincere feelings of attachment and respect.
It's up to you, to-morrow mornin', to mosey round an' see what you can see.
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Roger Mosey, whose career at the BBC included stints as editor of the Today programme, T controller of Radio 5 Live and head of television news, said the Trust "simply hasn't worked as a regulatory body".
And I must thank my own long-suffering cousins for their habitual hospitality and generosity, especially Tony and Pauline Mosey, who gave our music director somewhere to sleep, Derek Mosey, who designed and constructed vital set pieces for Mushroom Pizza, and Chris Cuthbert who, with Chris Postlethwaite, handled front-of-house for the four nights of performances.
Carol Mosey, 51, of Foster Road, Rugby, was jailed for three years by a judge at Warwick Crown Court in May after she pleaded guilty to conspiring to supply heroin.