Definition of mothery in English:

mothery

adjective

  • 1Resembling mother; (especially of wine or beer) full of sediment or dregs; mouldy.

  • 2English regional (Lincolnshire). Of the weather: damp, drizzly; close.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in William Dampier (1651–1715), buccaneer and explorer. From mother + -y.

Pronunciation

mothery

/ˈmʌð(ə)ri/