Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cap or coif worn by women.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Prov. Eng. & Scot. The close linen or muslin cap of an old woman.
- From Middle Dutch mutse, from amutse, from Late Latin almucia ("almuce"); compare amice, mozzetta. (Wiktionary)
“She wore a muslin mutch, fine but not much different from those of the old wives in the cottages, with a broad black ribbon round it tied in a large bow on the top of her head; and her shoulders were enveloped in a warm tartan shawl pinned at the neck with a silver brooch.”
“Obediently Winsome went to her grandmother's bedroom and drew from under the bed the "mutch" box lined with pale green paper, patterned with faded pink roses.”
“She also wore a close-fitting white cap, or "mutch," which was secured to her head by a broad, black ribbon.”
“But of the elderly women who came there, not many had so far changed the fashion of their youth as to cover the white "mutch" with anything but a handkerchief in the summertime, or with a shawl, or with the hood of the mantle of scarlet or grey duffel, when the weather was cold.”
“mutch," or close linen cap, and a lace or embroidered band across her forehead to hide the absence of hair.”
“mutch;" -- these articles completed Sally's costume, and were painted on Ruth's memory.”
“A horse, they dont break down or run out of gas, or oil, and they dont flip and pin you near as mutch.”
“I Still think it Resembles too mutch of Gladiator.”
“I hope to add in duck hunting next year too mutch to put on the young dog this season focused on upland and all field work this year.”
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