/ (məˈstɑːʃɪˌəʊd) /

  1. often jocular having a moustache, esp when bushy or elaborately shaped

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How to use mustachioed in a sentence

  • "Towing the King of Spain his plate-fleet behind you," quoth the mustachioed gentleman.

    Sir Mortimer | Mary Johnston
  • He is a mustachioed, dandyish-looking fellow, and stared through his quizzing glass in a style quite amusing.

  • Their hair was closely cut, and they had the whiskerless cheek, the beardless chin, and the mustachioed lip of the "regulation."

    The British Expedition to the Crimea | William Howard Russell
  • She supplied the place of the dilapidated baronet with a most superbly mustachioed German.

    Pelham, Complete | Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  • There was a young fellow of about five-and-twenty, mustachioed and smartly dressed, in the coach with me.

    Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay | George Otto Trevelyan