often jocular having a moustache, esp when bushy or elaborately shaped
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How to use mustachioed in a sentence
Run breathlessly and pointlessly after his mustachioed shadow?
No whip-wielding, curly-mustachioed circus ringleader will come spirit her away.
As the mustachioed fun of No Shave November sweeps the country, its roots as a charitable effort may be getting lost.Behind the Movember Movement’s Fight to Keep Charity Tied to Mustache | Kevin Fallon | November 23, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The fabulously mustachioed Carey rejoined News Corp. in 2009 from DirecTV, where he was CEO for six years.
Yet another revealed the mustachioed show host signing off at the end while taking a puff of his signature cigar, underwater.
"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