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- adj. Alternative spelling of moustachio’d
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a mustache or mustachios.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as mustached.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a moustache
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I think a better word choice would have been "mustachioed", but that's just me.
Paul would be meeting her father, and the traditional, old-guard Republican John McWilliams could be “very difficult” at the best of times, let alone when towering over the smallish, balding, mustachioed forty-four-year-old artist his older daughter had brought home from the war.
Nearby, a team of glowering, mustachioed Hungarians in camo pants and combat boots was having a disastrous morning, shattering a stack of plates before the meal service even began and struggling to get a complicated vegetable-and-cod appetizer cooked all the way through.
The covers are lurid - mustachioed men menacing women in tight nurses uniforms, knives dripping blood, and lots of cleavage.
In an interview last week, Ms. Pak, sporting a button featuring the mustachioed interim mayor's face, spoke passionately about her Chinatown neighborhood and her efforts to persuade Mr. Lee to "serve his city."
Photos from the days after their return show a generously mustachioed, medal-bedecked Momand standing in the back of a parade car.
In one ad, Dairy Queen's new pitchman—a mustachioed 30-something—touts Dairy Queen birthday cakes, then says, "And we don't just blow bubbles, we blow bubbles with kittens inside them, because at Dairy Queen, good isn't good enough."
As dashing, mustachioed George Valentin, Dujardin utters nary an audible word throughout a black-and-white film with intertitles set in the golden age of silent Hollywood before talkies were born.
Check out the band in this glorious early '80s video and revel in their mustachioed greatness!
In "Super Troopers," young Ursula is forced to suffer the foolishness of her Spurbury Police Department colleagues, especially when the mustachioed Officer Smy storms out of the bathroom demanding that Ursula refill the toilet paper supply.