Definition of Mousmees

1. mousmee [n] - See also: mousmee



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mousmees

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

Literary usage of Mousmees

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

1. Queer Things about Japan by Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen (1903)
"We allowed Tarn to do the ordering, but told him to order food for the mousmees only. while we had a bottle of the excellent ..."

2. Log-letters from "The Challenger" by George Campbell (1877)
"This lolling on the beautifully matted floor of a large room—low-ceiling'd, cool, and pleasantly shaded; these quaint little "mousmees," some sitting by you ..."

3. Japan and Her People by Anna C. Hartshorne (1904)
"... for where the globe-trotter goes to play with what he calls " the mousmees " one will not find anything either respectable or typically Japanese. ..."

4. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1895)
"... and the revelry of their saké-drinking patrons ; and the whole street is festooned with lanterns, and packed with little mousmees in brilliant dresses ..."

5. Romance of Old Japan by Elizabeth Williams Champney, Frère Champney (1917)
"Mild mousmees follow, wreathed in rosy veils With lotus-bloom bedight, from neck to knees, Swarming about the chrysalis like bees, Wherefrom the spirit shed ..."

6. By the Waters of Carthage by Norma Lorimer (1906)
"... the habit of kissing was understood a few years ago by the mousmees in Japanese tea-houses. So I indulged in many bows and idiotic smiles instead. ..."

7. Queer Things about Japan by Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen (1903)
"We allowed Tarn to do the ordering, but told him to order food for the mousmees only. while we had a bottle of the excellent ..."

8. Log-letters from "The Challenger" by George Campbell (1877)
"This lolling on the beautifully matted floor of a large room—low-ceiling'd, cool, and pleasantly shaded; these quaint little "mousmees," some sitting by you ..."

9. Japan and Her People by Anna C. Hartshorne (1904)
"... for where the globe-trotter goes to play with what he calls " the mousmees " one will not find anything either respectable or typically Japanese. ..."

10. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1895)
"... and the revelry of their saké-drinking patrons ; and the whole street is festooned with lanterns, and packed with little mousmees in brilliant dresses ..."

11. Romance of Old Japan by Elizabeth Williams Champney, Frère Champney (1917)
"Mild mousmees follow, wreathed in rosy veils With lotus-bloom bedight, from neck to knees, Swarming about the chrysalis like bees, Wherefrom the spirit shed ..."

12. By the Waters of Carthage by Norma Lorimer (1906)
"... the habit of kissing was understood a few years ago by the mousmees in Japanese tea-houses. So I indulged in many bows and idiotic smiles instead. ..."

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