Even the mosslike ground cover over which they had spread their blanket was black and shriveled. From Wordnik.com. [Flinx's Folly]
His size increased, and the mosslike growth from his head and shoulders that served for hair grew in thicker and more luxurious. From Wordnik.com. [Bloodlines]
Though there was no beach, the mosslike ground cover that grew down to the water's edge provided comfortable padding beneath their backs. From Wordnik.com. [Flinx's Folly]
Even the sparse wiry mountain grass was gone from the rocky hillsides now, and the only vegetation was a thick, dry, mosslike growth, or tough lichens. From Wordnik.com. [Tran Siberian] Reference
On any healthy world, the plant life would have obscured it long ago, but here there were only patches of the mosslike growth they had seen elsewhere and the softening of the edges by ten years of weather. From Wordnik.com. [INTO THE NEBULA] Reference
Upon them were black mosslike encrustations of age, and they were bent and scarred from the attacks of long-forgotten teeth. From Wordnik.com. [Men, Women, and Boats] Reference
Underfoot, the mosslike stuff was soft and yielding, and there was a fragrance in the air unlike anything he had ever smelled. From Wordnik.com. [Naudsonce] Reference
It's widely believed that the earliest land plants were mosslike and, in lieu of vascular tissues, absorbed water and minerals and then passed them among unspecialized cells. From Wordnik.com. [Science News / Features, Blog Entries, Column Entries, Issues, News Items and Book Reviews] Reference
So, I didn’t talk about moss, I saved the mosslike Keynote theme I made and now I still want to make a Moss Is Awesome talk. From Wordnik.com. [abada abada › small groups of people, loosely joined] Reference
The thin, green, mosslike patches seen from camp are composed of a rich, shaggy growth of cassiope, white-flowered bryanthus, dwarf vaccinium with bright pink flowers, saxifrages, anemones, bluebells, gentians, small erigeron, pedicularis, dwarf-willow and a few species of grasses. From Wordnik.com. [Travels in Alaska] Reference
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