[ muhs-tash, muh-stash ]SEE DEFINITION OF moustaches
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


His black eyes sparkled, and his moustaches bristled with excitement.

That is the kind of moustaches I like—pointed, pointed and waxed.

Have you seen my brother's moustaches since he left Saint-Cyr?

Drops of fog hung on the yellow beard and moustaches of the Northman.

He had his moustaches so, and his teeth were very white when he smiled at her.

Only his moustaches stirred visibly, like the feelers of some animal.

Then he had cut off his moustaches, and was disfigured by the loss.

As for the moustaches, black pomatum kept them to their original colour.

There's not much fear of his coming anywhere near me, moustaches or no moustaches!

Sarelli fell back in his seat, twirling his moustaches fiercely.