Definition of Mousmé

1. Noun. (historical) A Japanese young woman or mistress. ¹



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Definition of Mousmé

1. a Japanese girl [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mousmé

mousiest
mousily
mousiness
mousinesses
mousing
mousing over
mousings
mousle
mousled
mousles
mousling
mousme
mousmee
mousmees
mousmes
mousmé (current term)
mousmée
moussaka
moussakas
mousse
moussed
mousselike
mousseline
mousseline de sole
mousselines
mousses
mousseux
moussing
moust
moustache

Literary usage of Mousmé

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1. My Japanese Wife: A Japanese Idyl by Clive Holland (1902)
"My friends at Nagasaki told me that I was foolish to marry a mousme, especially as I was to return to England so soon. " Why not hire one for the remaining ..."

2. The Big Show: My Six Months with the American Expeditionary Forces by Elsie Janis (1919)
"She realized that Mousme, our ten-year- old " Peke," Josephine and a very ... I mention Mousme first, because with all due respect to everyone that is her ..."

3. The Big Show: My Six Months with the American Expeditionary Forces by Elsie Janis (1919)
"She realized that Mousme, our ten-year- old " Peke," Josephine and a very ... I mention Mousme first, because with all due respect to everyone that is her ..."

4. Japanese Impressions: With a Note on Confucius by Paul Louis Couchoud (1921)
"In the same way the Japanese terms mousme and geisha have come to ... The mousme" is quite simply the daughter of the household, the eldest sister. ..."

5. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1897)
"Perthshire is possibly the best that has been out in the South of England, but he did not beat the Prince of Wales' filly Mousme without having to be asked ..."

6. The "House" on Sport by Members of the London Stock Exchange by William Alphonse Morgan, England Stock Exchange (London, Stock Exchange (London, England) (1898)
"At the outset Mousme appeared to have the legs of the fleet, but both she and Paketa on being confronted with the official ..."

7. My Japanese Wife: A Japanese Idyl by Clive Holland (1902)
"My friends at Nagasaki told me that I was foolish to marry a mousme, especially as I was to return to England so soon. " Why not hire one for the remaining ..."

8. The Big Show: My Six Months with the American Expeditionary Forces by Elsie Janis (1919)
"She realized that Mousme, our ten-year- old " Peke," Josephine and a very ... I mention Mousme first, because with all due respect to everyone that is her ..."

9. The Big Show: My Six Months with the American Expeditionary Forces by Elsie Janis (1919)
"She realized that Mousme, our ten-year- old " Peke," Josephine and a very ... I mention Mousme first, because with all due respect to everyone that is her ..."

10. Japanese Impressions: With a Note on Confucius by Paul Louis Couchoud (1921)
"In the same way the Japanese terms mousme and geisha have come to ... The mousme" is quite simply the daughter of the household, the eldest sister. ..."

11. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1897)
"Perthshire is possibly the best that has been out in the South of England, but he did not beat the Prince of Wales' filly Mousme without having to be asked ..."

12. The "House" on Sport by Members of the London Stock Exchange by William Alphonse Morgan, England Stock Exchange (London, Stock Exchange (London, England) (1898)
"At the outset Mousme appeared to have the legs of the fleet, but both she and Paketa on being confronted with the official ..."

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