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.
A motley but perfectly orderly crowd of men, women, and children gathered around as witnesses of the scene.
With this motley crew he committed many acts of violence, rousing all Virginia to resistance.
In the great hall at Harby a motley fellowship were assembled.
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.