mousy[ mou-see, -zee ]SEE DEFINITION OF mousy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MOUSY
In the first place, it is likely to have a slight musky or mousy odor about it.
A bat was flying somewhere near—he felt the wind from its mousy wings.
Head and ears were mousy, the neck long, with a hump at its base.
They were kept on plates on sideboards in the sun, or thrust into mousy cupboards.
You have mousy ways and, if you were black, I should say you were a rat.
Baby dear, only look at it wid him pitty, pitty eyes, and him tongue out of his mousy!
The people are charming, and the house is a mousy, ratty, ramshackle place hundreds of years old.
This is the prettiest Cerastium, though not so "mousy" as some, and grows in dry as well as moist situations.
For a mouse is interesting—just as interesting in his mousy ways as a whale in his whalish ways, or a robin in his ways.
She wasn't as developed as she is now, kind of mousy maybe, but you know how those things are—he liked her.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MOUSY
- buttoned up
- clammed up
- closed up
- dummied up
- not talkative
- struck dumb
- having cold feet