moustache

[ muhs-tash, muh-stash ]SEE DEFINITION OF moustache
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"Till the Bourbons return," said another Carlist, playing with his moustache.

Duncan removed one hand from the pocket the better to tug at his moustache.

Duquesnel did not utter a word, but he pulled his moustache to hide a smile.

Nobody ever saw much more of the Major than his nose and his moustache.

Sydney Barnes smiled, and left off nervously tugging at his moustache.

His moustache was quite white: he wore the whiskers and imperial of 1850.

The captain drew nearer his mistress and brushed her lips with his moustache.

But how different you look without your moustache—and your hair, too!

"The want of a moustache made me recognise him," said Colonel Witherington.

He fidgeted nervously with his moustache and his eyes were unusually bright.

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