Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of mousse.

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Examples

  • Rebel Commune will make NO promise that children left for playdates will NOT return with their hair colored with unsweetened Kool-Aid and moussed into faux mohawks.

    Punk Dad Manifesto

  • In thirty minutes I was strolling back out the door, feeling tired as hell but looking damn good with my hair moussed and curly as hell around my face, wearing a black suede strapless dress with a short leather trench and boots.

    Real wifeys

  • The beard is gone and he has inexpertly moussed his hair and fluffed it up.

    Who Do You Say I Am

  • Bono's magnificent, moussed-up mullet, a 'do that was clearly aiming to outperform the one sported earlier in the day by Nik Kershaw.

    On the 25th anniversary of Live Aid, a look at the most '80s moments from the mega-concert

  • Straw-colored sport jacket, open-necked shirt of royal blue oxford cloth, navy slacks; curly hair moussed and shiny.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • Jose had cut and spiked and moussed it into the most gorgeous, perfect meringue imaginable.

    With Love and Laughter, John Ritter

  • Hey, Merckx, you got any of those moussed vivets left over from yesterday?

    Spoils of Victory: Jousting with Legitimacy

  • “Philo” rhymed with “silo”, which was how he was built, a slender cylinder one head and a half taller than me, topped with horn-rimmed glasses beneath short dark hair moussed to stand at attention.

    The Hanging Tree

  • What inquiring minds want to know is whether the crack MSM has uncovered what the $250 million man pays for his moussed up haircuts.

    Election Central Morning Roundup

  • Bodies pressed up against them, men in their forties in fancy silk shirts and moussed hair; bikers with full beards and bellies that stood out like latent pregnancies; women with make up and deep set eyes hovering around men and each other, laughing, drinking shots.

    Far As You Want

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