If he was real wise he'd mosey along toward Rocky Bend and pop off your second man.
All right; I'll just mosey along up the trail after a while.
The second brand had been put on kinder careless, in a hurry, as if the fellers that did it wanted to mosey along right quick.
So they can mosey along down to the post office together—the postmaster and the recorder.
It ain't more'n a step an' I'll just shet up store an' mosey along after you.
1829, American English slang, of unknown origin, perhaps related to British dialectal mose about "go around in a dull, stupid way." Or perhaps from Spanish vamos (see vamoose). Related: Moseyed; moseying.
To move along, esp to walk slowly; saunter; ease on: A mild river that moseyed at will/ The Wheaton cruiser moseyed on by me and turned back toward town
[1829+; perhaps fr Spanish vamos; perhaps fr British dialect mose about, ''walk in a stupid manner'']