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  • n. Archaic form of mascot. (bringer of good luck)


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  • No one else, not even the rich Mrs. Ernstein, had a dress which compared to this, and Mary's entrance was received in shocked silence by the ladies, with the exception of Eve, who greeted her "mascotte" warmly, with compliments.

    The Guests Of Hercules

  • Marlix, our druid, our critkitty, our mascotte, the guys who scares the hell out of us when he suddenly assumes human form.

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  • I veri membri della band Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus, Anni-Frid Lyngstad ed Agnetha Fältskog compaiono in brevi cameo, insieme a Cher ed Eddie, mascotte degli Iron Maiden.

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  • I have succeeded; my wife is la mascotte; ever since I married I have been lucky.

    The Secret Life of Houdini

  • From this day he always considered me as his “mascotte” as he used to say.

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  • She laughed and added carelessly: "Because it is a family treasure, a life mascotte of mine, hein?"

    Okewood of the Secret Service

  • And Lady Dauntrey bade Miss Grant goodbye, gayly, calling her a "mascotte."

    The Guests Of Hercules

  • Then they discussed among themselves, saying that I must have some particular mascotte which I carried upon my person and which prevented disaster.

    Across Unknown South America

  • Council, Jeanne's, _see_ Voices, &c. of Charles VII, makes use of the Maid as a mascotte, i. 378; ii.

    The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2

  • And Frewen was a mascotte, and his half-caste boat-steerer was another, for whenever a pod of whales were sighted the second mate's boat was invariably the first to get fast, and on one glorious day off Sunday

    John Frewen, South Sea Whaler 1904


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