noun, plural mus·ta·chios.
Origin of mustachio
Related formsmus·ta·chioed, adjective
Examples from the Web for mustachio
Another his mustachio stout Curls at the ends in fashion suave.Enamels and Cameos and other Poems|Thophile Gautier
His face, greatly sunburnt, was more than half hidden by whisker and mustachio.The Works of Edgar Allan Poe|Edgar Allan Poe
And the student rose, drew up his tall form, twisted his mustachio, and looked fiercely around.William Shakespeare as he lived.|Henry Curling
Furlong thought he alluded to the mustachio, and replied with an assurance that he "liked it of all things."Handy Andy, Volume 2 (of 2)|Samuel Lover
The cheek-feathers are elongated, so as to form on each side a sort of mustachio.