Definition of Mouched

1. mouch [v] - See also: mouch



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mouched

motty
motu
motu proprio
motu proprios
motuca
motucas
motukoreaite
motuporin
motus
motza
motzas
mou
mouch
mouchard
mouchards
mouched (current term)
moucher
mouchers
mouches
mouching
mouchoir
mouchoirs
moudiwarp
moue
moues
mouezzin
mouezzins
mouf
mouffle
mouffles

Literary usage of Mouched

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Odyssey of Homer by Homer, William Morris (1887)
"... and Samos craggy and bare : It is Asteris called, nor is great: but it hath an haven fair, Two-mouched, and those Achaeans they lay a lurking there. ..."

2. One-act Plays by Modern Authors by Helen Louise Cohen (1921)
"Well, they sort of mouched after me, and I tells a policeman and he says, O, they were only three poor niggers and they wouldn't hurt me. Ugh! ..."

3. History of Napoleon: From the French of M. Laurent de L'Ardeche. With Five by Paul Mathieu Laurent, Horace Vernet (1843)
"Napoleon granted a first audience to the envoy extraordinary of the Sublime Porte, mouched Effendi, on the same day that the deputies from Holland were ..."

4. A Lady of the Old Régime by Ernest Flagg Henderson (1909)
"You are the first lady in this land; that calls for more gravity than to be mouched up like the actors on the stage.' She pursed up her mouth and said, ..."

5. The Legend of the Glorious Adventures of Tyl Ulenspiegel in the Land of by Charles de Coster (1918)
"The Lords and Ladies of the Court used to watch him as he mouched along the rooms and passages of the palace ..."

6. Plays of Gods and Men (1917)
"Well, they sort of mouched after me, and I tells a policeman and lie says, O they were only three poor niggers and they wouldn't hurt me. Ugh! ..."

7. The Odyssey of Homer by Homer, William Morris (1887)
"... and Samos craggy and bare : It is Asteris called, nor is great: but it hath an haven fair, Two-mouched, and those Achaeans they lay a lurking there. ..."

8. One-act Plays by Modern Authors by Helen Louise Cohen (1921)
"Well, they sort of mouched after me, and I tells a policeman and he says, O, they were only three poor niggers and they wouldn't hurt me. Ugh! ..."

9. History of Napoleon: From the French of M. Laurent de L'Ardeche. With Five by Paul Mathieu Laurent, Horace Vernet (1843)
"Napoleon granted a first audience to the envoy extraordinary of the Sublime Porte, mouched Effendi, on the same day that the deputies from Holland were ..."

10. A Lady of the Old Régime by Ernest Flagg Henderson (1909)
"You are the first lady in this land; that calls for more gravity than to be mouched up like the actors on the stage.' She pursed up her mouth and said, ..."

11. The Legend of the Glorious Adventures of Tyl Ulenspiegel in the Land of by Charles de Coster (1918)
"The Lords and Ladies of the Court used to watch him as he mouched along the rooms and passages of the palace ..."

12. Plays of Gods and Men (1917)
"Well, they sort of mouched after me, and I tells a policeman and lie says, O they were only three poor niggers and they wouldn't hurt me. Ugh! ..."

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