[ moos-kuh-tair ]


Origin of mousquetaire

From French

Words Nearby mousquetaire Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use mousquetaire in a sentence

  • Id sort of expect him to rig up a gallows and see justice done in good old mousquetaire fashion.

    The Wasted Generation | Owen Johnson
  • She recognised him immediately, tall, fair, arrogantly handsome and wear153ing his soft hat à la mousquetaire.

  • The big shoulders, black brows and black mousquetaire swagger of Flambeau were a great contrast.

    The Wisdom of Father Brown | G. K. Chesterton
  • The speaker here paused, while arranging the long mousquetaire gloves that reached in tawny wrinkles far up either sharp arm.

    An Ambitious Woman | Edgar Fawcett
  • There was a mousquetaire that had it round his neck—such a big mousquetaire, as big as General Webb.