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mousquetaire

[moos-kuh-tair]
noun
  1. musketeer.
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Origin of mousquetaire

From French
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Historical Examples of mousquetaire

  • In my heart I am a mousquetaire—I feel it, and that leads me on.'

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine -- Volume 57, No. 351, January 1845

    Various

  • A sort of Mousquetaire au couvent the other way about, don't you know.

  • Soldiers, I see, by your accoutrements, and one a mousquetaire.

    In the Day of Adversity

    John Bloundelle-Burton

  • Felix de Bois Sombre is an excellent fellow; but he smells a little of the mousquetaire.

    A Beleaguered City

    Mrs. Oliphant

  • Chicot is supreme, but the personal interest is less distributed than in the first book and in the Mousquetaire trilogy.