Definition Of moccasi

noun

a soft leather slipper or shoe, strictly one without a separate heel, having the sole turned up on all sides and sewn to the upper in a simple gathered seam, in a style originating among North American Indians.

Soft or hard sole slippers, moccasins , slip-ons or mules - these are just a few of the appealing styles you can find.

a venomous American pit viper.

However, the most common snake misidentification that occurs is between the Water Moccasin (Cottonmouth) and virtually any snake found in or near the water.

Example Of moccasi

  • Behind a pillar, however, a man in fashionably cut jeans, leather moccasins and a hip yellow sweatshirt talks frustratedly into a mobile phone.

  • He crossed the carpet with a lightness and deliberation that drew my eyes to his feet, which were rather small, in soft black moccasins .

  • He said: ‘I am hoping to make her a really cool Native American wedding dress, with white moccasins and everything.’

  • However, the most common snake misidentification that occurs is between the Water Moccasin (Cottonmouth) and virtually any snake found in or near the water.

  • I heard her squeaky moccasin soles crossing the kitchen linoleum.


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