MEANING: adjective:
1. Like a mouse in appearance, color, smell, etc.
2. Timid or shy.
3. Quiet or stealthy.
4. Dull or drab.
5. Infested with mice.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old English mus (mouse). Earliest documented use: 1812.

MOURY - If when push comes to shove / you decide you're in love / that's a MOURY
(apologies to Dean Marin)

MOUSLEY - a mix of rolled oats, nuts, seeds, and dried fruit​, often eaten with milk for breakfast

MOUSEL - a river through northeastern France, Luxembourg, and western Germany; also, a white wine from that region