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mozzie

Line breaks: moz¦zie
Pronunciation: /ˈmɒzi
 
/
(also mossie)

Definition of mozzie in English:

noun (plural mozzies)

informal
A mosquito.
Example sentences
  • Unhealthy waterways and wetlands mean more midges and mozzies; another reason to keep our Hearns Lake foreshores safe from human occupation.
  • Over at Peter's there has been talk of flying ants and mozzies that seem to be attacking us in their thousands this year.
  • The smell of sausages sizzling, the taste of a chargrilled steak washed down with a cold beer, the sound of mozzies buzzing and cicadas singing.

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