mouse[ noun mous; verb mouz ]SEE DEFINITION OF mouse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MOUSE
Lockwood continued to watch Duncan with the air of a cat eyeing a mouse.
It is better to be torn to pieces at a spring, than to be a mouse at the caprice of such a cat.'
Then the cat carried the mouse to the house in which the chest stood.
The mouse gnawed a hole in the chest, and fetched out the ring.
That thing had me fooled; I thought at first it was a Russian mouse hound.
Its ear and its paw are like that of a mouse, and it has a very lively eye.
There is another sort, not much bigger than a mouse, and of a bright bay-colour.
Why, the sight of a red coat scares you worse than getting chased by a mouse.
I exclaimed, "Do you think it possible a mouse can be in the piano?"
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