Related formsmous·tached, adjective
Definition for moustache (2 of 2)
Origin of mustache
Related formsmus·tached, adjective
Examples from the Web for moustache
He took a tremendous drink from his cup, the froth sticking to his moustache.
William Howard Taft; 2, Thomas Dewey (1944 and 48, moustache) and Charles Evans Hughes (1916, beard).
Some friends and I were discussing whether we'll ever again have a president with a moustache or beard .
From him until this person who left in 1913, every president except two had either a beard or a moustache.
But when Pam makes a joke about his moustache, nobody can seem to remember whether Stanley actually has a moustache.9 Funniest Moments From Season 1-8 of ‘The Office’ (VIDEO)|Mike Munoz|September 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The soldier, drying his eyes and moustache with his little blue cotton handkerchief, remained motionless as the god Terminus.The Wandering Jew, Complete|Eugene Sue
"I should like to see it otherwise," grumbled Don Sylvio, through his moustache.The Flying Horseman|Gustave Aimard
Olisr made a slight bow, clicked his spurs, stroked his moustache several times.The Duel|A. I. Kuprin
She had mistaken my entrance for that of another person, a pair of lips without a moustache.Embarrassments|Henry James
He twisted his moustache, looked scornfully at the horizon, and was evidently perturbed.Captain Macedoine's Daughter|William McFee