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- adj. Having a mustache.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Wearing a mustache. Also mustachioed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a moustache
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The gunman is described as a mustached man with a medium build in his early 20s.
But the film redeems itself when the mustached protagonist, formerly such a complacent dunce, has alien-ness thrust upon him and has to deal with the new hatreds that come with it.
The beginning of the film is a kind of black satire mockumentary, as we follow a fumbling mustached bureaucrat as he attempts to serve eviction notices on the displaced ghettoized aliens to relocate them further into the desert.
Nestling next to the ladies of the night were several mustached, glazed-eyed Afghan men who occasionally took unsteady steps onto a makeshift dance floor to bust some surprisingly graceful traditional moves.
The serious, mustached man in "Tomteland, Mora" 1988 drives a miniature electric Mercedes-Benz sports car meant for children around a track presided over by someone in a Santa Claus suit.
Results from both experiments confirmed that the females preferred to associate with mustached males.
In order to address their 'Magnum P.I.' hypothesis, the researchers undertook a series of associative choice experiments using both live males mustached versus cleanly shaven and video playbacks of the same male either with his mustache or with it removed.
In contrast to the chic Clayton, Calvin Craig was a burly construction worker, mustached and with arms and a neck reddened from a lifetime of outdoor labor.
In what may be the only debate in the New York gubernatorial race, issues and politics took backseat to a black-gloved, mustached man running on a simple platform: The rent in New York is too damn high.
As a result I had recurring nightmares about spending the rest of my days in some creepy mustached dude's basement.