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Now "Mouser" was Farmer Green's big, yellow-eyed, black cat!

“And Mouser likes her, too,” said Lorischen, as if that settled the matter.

Gentle as a lamb—soft as butter—kind as cream—and such a mouser!

Are you sure it will be as good a mouser and as sweet-tempered and as pretty?

Mouser had it straight when he talked about hearing ghosts walking.

"Oh, yes indeed," Mrs. Mouser said in a matter-of-fact tone.

"Of course there's a difference in tastes," Mrs. Mouser said thoughtfully.

"Well, I can't say that we are," Mrs. Mouser replied thoughtfully.

The Duke is now a little too old a mouser to enjoy Tory tricks.

Yet he was pleased, too, for Mouser's attempt was testimony to the bird's merit.

WORD ORIGIN

"cat that hunts mice," c.1400, agent noun from mouse (v.).

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