You have to be very secure in your abilities to have Mickey Mouse as your mascot.
The fact is, the mascot may be the quiet kid sitting next to you in class with his head down.
Joe Camel: For about a decade beginning in 1987, Camel started to market its products using a mascot called “Old Joe.”
The support of a mascot has confused Christianity and sports.
mascot matchup: The Texas AM Aggies (which means “agricultural school”) are represented by Reveille, a cute dog.
The soldiers of the world will call you their mascot and write love-letters to you from the trenches.
He called for his mascot, and the bear at once appeared and he mounted its back.
He tilted the little overseas cap which Lily wore to a rakish angle between the mascot's horns.
It didn't matter a pin to her whether "Lu-Lu" or "mascot" won.
Tom, the mascot of the Maine, and Christobal have been shown in several cities of the Union since the war.
"talisman, charm," 1881, from provincial French mascotte "sorcerer's charm, 'faerie friend,' good luck piece" (19c.), of uncertain origin, perhaps from or related to Provençal mascoto "sorcery, fetish" (cf. Narbonnese manuscript, 1233, mascotto "procuress, enchantment, bewitchment in gambling"), from masco "witch," from Old Provençal masca, itself of unknown origin, perhaps from Medieval Latin masca "mask, specter, nightmare" (see mask (n.)). Popularized by French composer Edmond Audran's 1880 comic operetta "La Mascotte," about a household "fairy" who gives luck to an Italian peasant, performed in a toned-down translation in England from fall 1881.