Definition of mopery in English:

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mopery

Pronunciation: /ˈməʊp(ə)ri/

noun

[mass noun]
1 rare Apathy and dejection: all that mopery and ‘Ooooh, it’s so hard and lonely at the top’
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  • Yesterday's journalled mopery belied the fact I did actually get out and about and looking at art, giving me some ideas for things to write about at the most neglected of my blog children, after nadath.
  • An idealistic student tries to bring back his creativity, while his secretary attempts to drag him out of his mopery.
2US informal The action of committing a minor or petty offence such as loitering: we got guys doing stretches for passing bad checks and aggravated mopery
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  • I hope he also charges them with Mopery
  • What Lisa is leaving out is she was once charged with mopery

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