Well, it was based on an amalgam of bands—Black Sabbath, AC/DC, motley Crue, Judas Priest, and Van Halen.
In this and more important respects I seem to have become, somehow, a motley product of my famously marvelous background.
motley herself is humble, viewing her work as just one contribution to necessary reform.
The meal is shared by a motley crew of guests depicted as ghoulish men and nude women.
The story of a Murder House that comes with a motley crew of ghosts is scary, creepy, campy, and emotional.
A man I have ever thought wore the motley rather from excess, than infirmity, of wit.
I mingled with the motley throng, my ears alert for any spoken opinions.
With this motley crew he committed many acts of violence, rousing all Virginia to resistance.
It was a motley crowd of young men of all ages from seventeen to thirty or more.
Every Eastern tribe and nation seemed to be represented in the motley crowd.
late 14c., "parti-colored" (originally of fabric), from Anglo-French motteley, probably from Old English mot "speck" (see mote). But Klein's sources say probably from Gaulish. "Diversified in color," especially of a fool's dress. Hence, allusively, "a fool" (1600). As a noun meaning "cloth of mixed color" from late 14c.