Definition of Mouchoirs

1. mouchoir [n] - See also: mouchoir



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mouchoirs

motukoreaite
motuporin
motus
motza
motzas
mou
mouch
mouchard
mouchards
mouched
moucher
mouchers
mouches
mouching
mouchoir
mouchoirs (current term)
moudiwarp
moue
moues
mouezzin
mouezzins
mouf
mouffle
mouffles
moufflon
moufflons
mouflon
mouflons
moufs
mought

Literary usage of Mouchoirs

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1. St. Petersburgh: A Journal of Travels to and from that Capital; Through by Augustus Bozzi Granville (1829)
"Drops de Lit and mouchoirs de Poche.—General Imperial Direction of the Theatres, at St. Petersburgh.—New Company of Italian Singers.—Mademoiselle MELAS. ..."

2. Aristocracy in America by Francis Joseph Grund (1839)
"Et quels mouchoirs portez-vous done, Madame?' exclaimed the Frenchman, half embarrassed and half ... Je ne porte que des mouchoirs a six-cents francs. ..."

3. St. Petersburgh: A Journal of Travels to and from that Capital; Through by Augustus Bozzi Granville (1829)
"Drops de Lit and mouchoirs de Poche.—General Imperial Direction of the Theatres, at St. Petersburgh.—New Company of Italian Singers.—Mademoiselle MELAS. ..."

4. Aristocracy in America by Francis Joseph Grund (1839)
"Et quels mouchoirs portez-vous done, Madame?' exclaimed the Frenchman, half embarrassed and half ... Je ne porte que des mouchoirs a six-cents francs. ..."

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