Mozied vs Monied - What's the difference?

mozied | monied |


As a verb mozied

is (mozy).

As an adjective monied is

affluent.

mozied

English

Verb

(head)
  • (mozy)

  • mozy

    English

    Adjective

  • Shaggy; hairy.
  • * 1830, Robert Forby, The Vocabulary of East Anglia: An Attempt to Record the Vulgar Tongue of the ... - Page 223
  • The clown, who shaves but once a week, is of course very mozy when he comes under the barber's hands.
  • Musty; starting to decay; tainted.
  • * 1890, John Drummond Robertson, Henry Haughton Reynolds Moreton, A Glossary of Dialect & Archaic Words Used in the County of Gloucester - Page 197
  • Mozy , adj., ...also, as applied to meat, fruit, &c., tainted, musty, beginning to decay.
  • Faded; dingy.
  • * 1888, Sidney Oldall Addy, A Glossary of Words Used in the Neighbourhood of Sheffield - Page 152
  • A calf whose skin is of a dirty grey colour is said to have a mozy look.
  • Tough, as fruit when frostbitten.
  • * 1887, Thomas Darlington , The Folk-speech of South Cheshire - Page 266
  • Mozy [moa-zi] , adj. juiceless, tough, as apples, pears, turnips, &c., are when frostbitten.
  • (archaic) Muggy.
  • * 1890, John Drummond Robertson, Henry Haughton Reynolds Moreton, A Glossary of Dialect & Archaic Words Used in the County of Gloucester - Page 197
  • Mozy , adj., ' muggy,' as applied to weather, warm and damp ;

    Verb

  • * 1906, Texas Medical Association, Texas State Journal of Medicine - Page 9
  • And does the gastric unpleasantness still linger around the cardiac end, or has it migrated to the pylorus, and in doing so, did it seem to mozy along the lesser or greater stomachal curvature?
  • * 1919, National Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association (U.S.) - Marine engineers, Journal of Proceedings of the National Marine Engineers' Beneficial ... - Page 10
  • ...who drove into a hill town with his ox cart, and they were mozying along the road, and he suddenly came face to face with a new sign he had...
  • * 1938, Zane Grey, Raiders of Spanish Peaks - Page 7
  • Mozy along.
  • * 2005, R. E. Wilburn, Lo, These Many Years - Page 89
  • Patina had the baby; Louisa was going off to college to be a pre-med student, and Charlotte just mozied along.

    See also

    * tozy-mozy

    monied

    English

    Adjective

    (head)
  • affluent
  • payed for, funded
  • Alternative forms

    * moneyed

    Synonyms

    * well-heeled (1)

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