Definitions for moxieˈmɒk si

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

mox•ie*ˈmɒk si(n.)

  1. vigor; pep.

    Category: Status (usage)

  2. boldness; nerve.

    Category: Status (usage)

* Slang..

Origin of moxie:

1925–30, Amer.; after Moxie, trademark name of a soft drink

Princeton's WordNet

  1. backbone, grit, guts, moxie, sand, gumption(noun)

    fortitude and determination

    "he didn't have the guts to try it"


  1. moxie(Noun)

    backbone, determination and fortitude

  2. moxie(Noun)

    initiative or skill

Webster Dictionary

  1. Moxie(noun)

    energy; pep

  2. Moxie(noun)

    courage, determination

  3. Moxie(noun)

    know-how, expertise


  1. Moxie

    Moxie is a carbonated beverage that was an early example of mass-produced soft drinks in the United States. It continues to be regionally popular today. Moxie's flavor is unique, as it is not as sweet as most modern soft drinks and is described by some as "bitter." Moxie is flavored with gentian root extract, an extremely bitter substance which was reputed to possess medicinal properties. Moxie is closely associated with the state of Maine and was designated the official soft drink of Maine on May 10, 2005. Its creator, Dr. Augustin Thompson, was born in Union, Maine, but Moxie was invented and first produced in Lowell, Massachusetts.

Anagrams of moxie

  1. oxime


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