American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Archaic A clasp or buckle.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A spot; mark.
- n. A moral spot or stain; a blemish; defect; vice.
- n. A characteristic; a habit; disposition.
- To spot; stain; blemish.
- To mark; characterize: only in the past participle.
- n. In medicine: A natural patch or spot of different coloration on the skin; a freckle.
- n. A local morbid discoloration of the skin; a symptomatic blotch.
- n. Any one in a battery of sugar-pans; particularly, the smallest of the series, immediately over the fire, also called the striking-tache.
- n. A Middle English variant of tass.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete Something used for taking hold or holding; a catch; a loop; a button.
- n. obsolete A spot, stain, or blemish.
- French tache spot. See techy. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English, from Old French, of Germanic origin. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Top 1st: Derek Holland is pitching for Texas with a somewhat controversial 'tache.”
“So the 'la tache' was $5,000 each for a total of $15,000.”
“As such, treat his Lazy faiLurE to finish it properly as 'languid skill', award a free-kick and await vitriolic abuse both on the pitch with his spit in your face and post-match from behind the safety of a shiny suit with his ratty 'tache hidden behind a foam microphone.”
“One for the latex lovers in your life, this anniversary alternative event is circus-themed, but remember to peel off your strongman's handlebar 'tache if you want to tuck into the birthday cake in the chillout room.”
“Preciado also has a great 'tache.2pm: Barry Glendenning is warming up on the sidelines ready to trot on for the second-half of deadline day.”
“Would you seriously hand over your money to someone with a 'tache like that?”
“Adolf Hitler was, of course, guilty of many crimes, but it's tempting to think that what annoyed Charlie Chaplin the most was his appropriation of his trademark 'tache.”
“I am letting anyone who sponsors me £5 or more draw their own artistic tache on me in permanent pen for a day's worth of training, she said.”
“I'd say "magnificent" implies an amount of all-round awesomeness which is extremely hard to achieve, and even harder if one happens to be called Neville, and insist on sporting a messy 'tache.39 mins: City have had a very long period of near-total possession dominance without even once threatening to do anything particularly interesting with it.42 mins: Wigan get a fairly threatening free-kick, but Savic does well to beat Rodallega to the header.”
“Olly adds that, "arguably, West Germany's Paul Breitner could be described as bearded in 1974 too," but despite an impressive 'tache/sideburns combo, we're not letting' Der Afro 'into the select band.”
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