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Difference between 'Moat' and 'Mote'

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A Moat is a ditch surrounding a castle.

A mote is a particle of dust.

Sample Usage

The knight crossed the moat by the drawbridge and reached the gate of the castle.

As the gay motes that people the sunbeams.

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