Definition of Mouchoir

1. n. A handkerchief.



Definition of Mouchoir

1. a small handkerchief [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mouchoir

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

Literary usage of Mouchoir

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1. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology by Museum of Comparative Zoology, John E. Cadle, Harvard University (1894)
"Navidad, Silver, and mouchoir Banks. \ '' * ' ' Plate IX. Tigs. ... The last of the larger submerged banks is mouchoir Bank, the outline of which is more ..."

2. The Confessions of Jean Jacques Rousseau by Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1901)
"... she took the opportunity of going behind her rival; then drawing back and half-overturning her chair, she dexterously pulled off her mouchoir; but, ..."

3. Slang and Its Analogues Past and Present: A Dictionary, Historical and by John Stephen Farmer, William Ernest Henley (1902)
"... faire le saut ; faire le mor lingue ( = ' to faire la tire ( = ' to cut a bung ') ; cut a bung ') ; faire le mouchoir (= 'fogle-hunting') ; faire un ..."

4. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology by Museum of Comparative Zoology, John E. Cadle, Harvard University (1894)
"Navidad, Silver, and mouchoir Banks. \ '' * ' ' Plate IX. Tigs. ... The last of the larger submerged banks is mouchoir Bank, the outline of which is more ..."

5. The Confessions of Jean Jacques Rousseau by Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1901)
"... she took the opportunity of going behind her rival; then drawing back and half-overturning her chair, she dexterously pulled off her mouchoir; but, ..."

6. Slang and Its Analogues Past and Present: A Dictionary, Historical and by John Stephen Farmer, William Ernest Henley (1902)
"... faire le saut ; faire le mor lingue ( = ' to faire la tire ( = ' to cut a bung ') ; cut a bung ') ; faire le mouchoir (= 'fogle-hunting') ; faire un ..."

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