Definition of Mustaches

1. Noun. (plural of mustache) ¹



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Definition of Mustaches

1. mustache [n] - See also: mustache

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mustaches

must-sees
must have killed a Chinaman
must needs
must not
must of
must weight
musta
mustac
mustache
mustache cup
mustache rides
mustached
mustacheless
mustachelike
mustaches (current term)
mustachio
mustachio'd
mustachioed
mustachios
mustachoed
mustaiba
mustang
mustang mint
mustanging
mustangs
mustard
mustard agent
mustard chlorohydrin
mustard compounds

Literary usage of Mustaches

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1. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1844)
"And again, as to the greater prevalence of beards or mustaches, ... And mustaches are nothing more than a compromise between nature and the barber,- homage ..."

2. The Memoirs of the Duke of Sully: Prime-minister to Henry the Great by Maximilien de Béthune Sully, Charlotte Lennox (1817)
"... which succeeded wonderfully: I assumed the name of one of my brothers; and to make myself look more youthful, cut off my beard and mustaches. ..."

3. The Works of Charles Paul de Kock, with a General Introduction by Jules Claretie by Paul de Kock (1902)
"THE TERRIBLE mustaches ADELINE awakened in the arms of Edouard on the morning after the marriage. The young woman felt a new and sweet confidence which was ..."

4. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1844)
"And again, as to the greater prevalence of beards or mustaches, ... And mustaches are nothing more than a compromise between nature and the barber,- homage ..."

5. The Memoirs of the Duke of Sully: Prime-minister to Henry the Great by Maximilien de Béthune Sully, Charlotte Lennox (1817)
"... which succeeded wonderfully: I assumed the name of one of my brothers; and to make myself look more youthful, cut off my beard and mustaches. ..."

6. The Works of Charles Paul de Kock, with a General Introduction by Jules Claretie by Paul de Kock (1902)
"THE TERRIBLE mustaches ADELINE awakened in the arms of Edouard on the morning after the marriage. The young woman felt a new and sweet confidence which was ..."

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