The next moment the door opened, and the pale face of the mousquetaire appeared.
A sort of mousquetaire au couvent the other way about, don't you know.
The mousquetaire had seen Aurélie de Roquemaure, had spoken with her.
In my heart I am a mousquetaire—I feel it, and that leads me on.'
Chicot is supreme, but the personal interest is less distributed than in the first book and in the mousquetaire trilogy.
Soldiers, I see, by your accoutrements, and one a mousquetaire.
Gloves for evening wear, Suede, mousquetaire, elbow and above; length arranging in buttons from eight to twenty-four.
Felix de Bois Sombre is an excellent fellow; but he smells a little of the mousquetaire.
Jorian was a mousquetaire, with plumes and ruffles prodigious, and a hen's heart beneath his cock's feathers.
There was a garden belonging to a mousquetaire, famous for fruit, by Pique-price, beyond it some way.