- adj. alternative spelling of moustachio’d
“Court they became neighbours with Cabrera Infante, who recalled his moustachioed friend as good-looking "in the way some South American writers were handsome in the last century; his hair was combed sleek".”
“The politician tipped as Kirchner's main rival is Ricardo Alfonsín, the son of Raul Alfonsín – a moustachioed lawyer who was Argentina's president from 1983 to 1989.”
“It is the shadow in which he positions himself for his piece to camera, a lugubrious moustachioed Orpheus, reporting live from the underworld.”
“Engagingly harnessed to the period also are the screen-printed portrait photographs of hairy, moustachioed, and frothily side-burned artists posing manfully à la Klondike, the “women” often draped obediently on the floor beside them.”
“It's not that Bolton, the moustachioed man liberals love to hate, is a hard heart.”
“To receive your media tribune ticket Brits had to present credentials to an officious, suspicious, moustachioed ex-general and form an orderly queue next to the statue commemorating France's legendary 1920s fly-half and wartime pilot ace Yves du Manoir.”
“Purchasing the club in November 2010, the Indian poultry conglomerate, co-owned by the moustachioed Rao Brothers, supposedly heralded a new era for the club.”
“He was just this great, energetic, moustachioed presence, with fantastic bedside stories and always lots of presents and chocolates.”
“We were treated to vast amounts of food and wine over an extremely long lunch, rounded off with génépi, the local liqueur, and a story read in French by the impressively moustachioed owner.”
“Although he has his mother's blue Irish eyes, in every other respect he's the bald-headed, lantern-jawed, moustachioed image of his late father: the character actor Lionel Jeffries, who also directed the classic 1970 film The Railway Children.”
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