moss-grown

[ maws-grohn, mos- ]SEE DEFINITION OF moss-grown

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What the gardener called the gravel path was black earth, moss-grown.

The mouldering and moss-grown base of one of its towers is all that now remains.

They were moss-grown, much dilapidated, and apparently of great age.

The grove is ancient looking, the trees are gnarled and moss-grown.

Blind Sorrel was lying by the moss-grown horse-trough, at the gate.

And then, issuing from the chase, he came upon a broad, moss-grown terrace.

The logs are moss-grown and black, but it is good for hundreds of years yet.

Everything is dark and damp and moss-grown, and very silent.

Suddenly rounding a pile of moss-grown rocks, they saw the turkey.

He stopped at last on the moss-grown flags of the garden-walk to look about him.

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