Origin of mouton
Words nearby mouton
How to use mouton in a sentence
Mouton, probably at Port Mouton; so named, according to Lescarbot, because a drowned sheep came ashore there.
"This is the 'Mouton d'Or,'" said Aylward, as they pulled up their horses at a whitewashed straggling hostel.The White Company|Arthur Conan Doyle
If Mouton comes here you will be sacrificed—you and all the Union men.Miss Ravenel's conversion from secession to loyalty|J. W. de Forest
But the heroine came too late, and the gallant Mouton expired.Popular Tales|Charles Perrault
"I'll go along to Moie de Mouton and keep a look-out," I said.Carette of Sark|John Oxenham