- a mustache.
Origin of mustachio
Examples from the Web for mustachioed
Run breathlessly and pointlessly after his mustachioed shadow?Our Mega Fall 2013 Books Preview: 21 Must Reads
Lucas Wittmann, Jimmy So
September 5, 2013
As the mustachioed fun of No Shave November sweeps the country, its roots as a charitable effort may be getting lost.Behind the Movember Movement’s Fight to Keep Charity Tied to Mustache
November 23, 2012
Yet another revealed the mustachioed show host signing off at the end while taking a puff of his signature cigar, underwater.The Absurdist Genius of Ernie Kovacs
April 15, 2011
These mustachioed gentry are by no means the rage at present in Olympus.Ixion In Heaven
There was a young fellow of about five-and-twenty, mustachioed and smartly dressed, in the coach with me.Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay
George Otto Trevelyan
Her presence protects us, and we will ensure her safety better than her mustachioed gentry.Egmont
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Their hair was closely cut, and they had the whiskerless cheek, the beardless chin, and the mustachioed lip of the "regulation."The British Expedition to the Crimea
William Howard Russell
He is a mustachioed, dandyish-looking fellow, and stared through his quizzing glass in a style quite amusing.
- often jocular having a moustache, esp when bushy or elaborately shaped
- (often plural when considered as two halves) often jocular a moustache, esp when bushy or elaborately shaped
Word Origin and History for mustachioed
1817, from mustachio (1550s), from Spanish mostacho and directly from Italian mostaccio (see mustache). The noun was superseded by mustache, but the adjective has endured.