Examples from the Web for musette
Whilst walking along Marcel and Musette continued thus on the open Boulevard the comedy of reawakening love.
He discovered, in a shop, an old French musette (bagpipe), the chanter or melody-pipe of which was missing.Springtime and Other Essays|Francis Darwin
Marcel was quarreling with Musette about a new bonnet which he had not given her.
Musette read a challenge in this sentence, and quickly replied, "And it will not perhaps be the last, eh?"
First off, I wouldn't answer the phone; but Musette stood by me with it in her hand and just made me.Believe You Me!|Nina Wilcox Putnam
British Dictionary definitions for musette
Word Origin for musette
Word Origin and History for musette
"small bagpipe," late 14c., from Old French musette "bagpipe" (13c.), from muser "to play the bagpipe, make music," from mus "mouth, muzzle," from Medieval Latin musum (see muzzle (n.)). As "a composition for a musette" from 1811, from French.