Printer friendly

What does MOTS stand for?

MOTS stands for Moral of the Story

This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Slang/chat, popular culture

See other meanings of MOTS

Other Resources:
We have 17 other definitions for MOTS in our Acronym Attic

Samples in periodicals archive:

We then have Haidara and Janmaat as covering full backs with Ayoze Perez on his own and Cabella and Sissoko swapping for the No 10 The moral of the story is if Joe Kinnear had heard of Douglas then it would probably be Mbiwa and Douglas with Colo back to Argentina or on the bench.
Watch manager Andy Blackburn, from Huddersfield fire station said: "The moral of the story is to clean your oven at regular intervals.
So the moral of the story is this: Dating the boy of the month can be rewarding-like for about as long as it takes your girls to give you the "you're-with-HIM?
The moral of the story is that, without political support, stepped up oversight from regulators means precious little for depositors.
If the moral of the story is that the taint of idolatry can never be fully eliminated, Shaw rightfully points out that Noland's circles, Johns's targets, and other recognizable artistic emblems of all types acquire iconic status through the culture's Puritan-derived obsession with the power of images.