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The largest member of the deer family (Alces alces), of which the male has very large, palmate antlers

We saw two moose at the edge of the woods by the marsh.

plural form of moose
A moose is a large type of deer. Moose have big flat horns called antlers and are found in Northern Europe, Asia, and North America. Some British speakers use moose to refer to the North American variety of this animal, and elk to refer to the European and Asian varieties. moose a large brown animal like a deer that has very large flat antlers (=horns that grow like branches) and lives in North America, northern Europe, and parts of Asia. Largest species (Alces alces) in the deer family (Cervidae), found in northern North America and Eurasia. It is called elk in Europe. Moose have long legs, a bulbous and mobile muzzle, short neck and tail, and a brown, shaggy, coarse coat. They stand 5-7 ft (1.5-2 m) tall and weigh up to 1,800 lb (820 kg). Males have enormous flattened, tined antlers that are shed and regrown annually. Moose wade in forest-edged lakes and streams, eating submerged aquatic plants, and browse on leaves, twigs, and bark. They are usually solitary, but North American moose often assemble in bands in winter. They range throughout the Canadian coniferous forests and those of the northern U.S. They have been protected from extermination by regulation of hunting. See also wapiti
{n} an American quadruped of the cervine genus very large
{i} species of large North American ruminant mammal whose male members have large heads and huge flat antlers, elk
The adult male is about as large as a horse, and has very large, palmate antlers
A large cervine mammal Alces machlis, or A
It closely resembles the European elk, and by many zoölogists is considered the same species
The largest member of the deer family (Alces alces), of which the male has very large, palmate antlers. (British: elk)
Americanus, native of the Northern United States and Canada
A member of the Progressive Party; a Bull Moose
large northern deer with enormous flattened antlers in the male; called elk in Europe and moose in North America
Moose Jaw
A town in Saskatchewan, Canada
moose burger
a slang term used in Alaska for female genitalia, specifically vis lesbian sex
moose knuckle
The noticeable shape of a man's penis when he is wearing tight clothes
moose knuckle
The ball joint of the humerus in a moose's skeleton
moose knuckle
The shape that is noticeable when tight-fitting clothing wedges between a woman's labia
moose knuckles
plural form of moose knuckle
moose maple
Mountain maple, Acer spicatum
moose maple
Striped maple, Acer pensylvanicum
moose milk
A Canadian cocktail made with rum and ice cream or similar ingredients
moose test
Any stringent test of the quality of a product; also used figuratively

He passed the moose test.

moose test
A test to determine how a vehicle, usually an automobile, responds when avoiding a sudden danger, such as a moose
moose knuckle
Moose knuckle is a slang term that refers to the outline of a man's penis when seen through tight, form-fitting clothes
Moose River
A river, about 547 km (340 mi) long, of northeast Ontario, Canada, flowing northeast to James Bay as the estuary of the Abitibi, Mattagami, and other rivers. River, northeastern Ontario, Canada. It flows northeast for more than 60 mi (100 km) to empty into James Bay. A wide stream, it is actually the estuary for several rivers, including the Abitibi and Mattagami
Bull Moose
A member or supporter of the U.S. Progressive Party founded to support the presidential candidacy of Theodore Roosevelt in 1912
Bull Moose Party
U.S. dissident political party that nominated former president Theodore Roosevelt for the presidency in 1912. Formed by Sen. Robert La Follette in 1911 as the National Republican Progressive League, it opposed the conservatism of the Republican Party controlled by Pres. William H. Taft. The party derived its name from the characteristics of strength and vigour that Roosevelt attributed to himself. In 1912 Roosevelt won 25% of the popular vote; thus split, the Republicans lost the election to the Democratic candidate, Woodrow Wilson. The party gradually dissolved, and the Republicans were reunited in 1916. See also Progressive Party
bull moose
The figure of a bull moose used as the party symbol of the Progressive party in the presidential campaign of 1912
bull moose
A follower of Theodore Roosevelt in the presidential campaign of 1912; - - a sense said to have originated from a remark made by Roosevelt on a certain occasion that he felt "like a bull moose
bull moose
" The figure of a bull moose used as the party symbol of the Progressive party in the presidential campaign of 1912

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    /ˈmo͞os/ /ˈmuːs/


    [ 'müs ] (noun.) 1603. From North-Eastern Algonquian language, perhaps Eastern Abenaki or Narragansett, mos (or something similar; Proto-Algonquian *mōswa), possibly meaning "he strips off ."

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