Definition of Mousmee

1. Noun. (alternative form of mousmé) ¹



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Definition of Mousmee

1. mousme [n -S] - See also: mousme

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mousmee

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

Literary usage of Mousmee

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1. Queer Things about Japan by Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen (1903)
"A Japanese grisette—the mousmee of literature—is capable of being as pretty ... the Fountain” is a thoroughly characteristic type of the Japanese mousmee. ..."

2. Log-letters from "The Challenger" by George Campbell (1877)
"In despair, and no doubt looking very foolish, you appeal to your own particular mousmee for help, and she, shrieking with laughter, shows you over and over ..."

3. Romance of Old Japan by Elizabeth Williams Champney, Frère Champney (1917)
"Bereft How well I recollect the day Now many years agone, When as a mousmee, mild and gay, I left my mother's home. How dearly I remember too The cottage ..."

4. On the Cars and Off: Being the Journal of a Pilgrimage Along the Queen's by Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen (1895)
"The papoose, which had bright, bead-like eyes, and a complexion as lovely as a Japanese mousmee, played round like a Jew ..."

5. A Bibliography of the Japanese Empire: Being a Classified List of All Books by Friedrich Wenckstern, Léon Pagès (1907)
"Sladen" D. The mousmee or his sweetheart in Japan, music composed Ъу WW Hedgcock, 4to., London, 1893. Smith, Miss LA The music of Japan. ..."

6. Queer Things about Japan by Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen (1903)
"A Japanese grisette—the mousmee of literature—is capable of being as pretty ... the Fountain” is a thoroughly characteristic type of the Japanese mousmee. ..."

7. Log-letters from "The Challenger" by George Campbell (1877)
"In despair, and no doubt looking very foolish, you appeal to your own particular mousmee for help, and she, shrieking with laughter, shows you over and over ..."

8. Romance of Old Japan by Elizabeth Williams Champney, Frère Champney (1917)
"Bereft How well I recollect the day Now many years agone, When as a mousmee, mild and gay, I left my mother's home. How dearly I remember too The cottage ..."

9. On the Cars and Off: Being the Journal of a Pilgrimage Along the Queen's by Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen (1895)
"The papoose, which had bright, bead-like eyes, and a complexion as lovely as a Japanese mousmee, played round like a Jew ..."

10. A Bibliography of the Japanese Empire: Being a Classified List of All Books by Friedrich Wenckstern, Léon Pagès (1907)
"Sladen" D. The mousmee or his sweetheart in Japan, music composed Ъу WW Hedgcock, 4to., London, 1893. Smith, Miss LA The music of Japan. ..."

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