noun, plural mou·choirs [moo-shwar] /muˈʃwar/. French.
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Historical Examples of mouchoir
This is fearful, thought I; I took my mouchoir and gently removed them.
“Mouchoir,” said Caroline, holding up an embroidered handkerchief.Newton Forster
Captain Frederick Marryat
This sponge is called the handkerchief (mouchoir), by M. Gay Lussac.
Glove, trinket, and mouchoir boxes are pretty for holiday gifts.Hand-Loom Weaving
Mattie Phipps Todd
I will only pound the watch in my mortar--burn the mouchoir in my lamp, and make a pudding in the chapeau.In the Days of My Youth
Amelia Ann Blandford Edwards