moustache vs mustache

moustache mustache

Definitions

  • 1) A growth of facial hair between the nose and the upper lip.
  • 2) Mustache.
  • 3) an unshaved growth of hair on the upper lip
  • 4) See mustache.

Definitions

  • 1) A growth of facial hair between the nose and the upper lip.
  • 2) Something similar to the cultivated, groomed hair on the human upper lip, as.
  • 3) Distinctive coloring or feathers near the beak of a bird.
  • 4) A group of bristles or hairs about the mouth of an animal.
  • 5) Food or drink sticking conspicuously to the upper lip.
  • 6) The hair growing on the human upper lip, especially when cultivated and groomed.
  • 7) informal A stain or discoloration on the upper lip of a person.
  • 8) (Zoöl.) Any conspicuous stripe of color on the side of the head, beneath the eye of a bird.
  • 9) (Zoöl.) A West African monkey (Cercopithecus cephus). It has yellow whiskers, and a triangular blue mark on the nose.
  • 10) That part of the beard which grows on the upper lip; hair left growing above the mouth.
  • 11) an unshaved growth of hair on the upper lip
  • 12) Hairs or bristles like a mustache; whiskers; rictal vibrissæ mystaces.
  • 13) In zoology:
  • 14) A mystacine, malar, or maxillary stripe of color in a bird's plumage.
  • 15) The beard worn on the upper lip of men; the unshaven hair of the upper lip: frequently used in the plural, as if the hair on each side of the lip were to be regarded as a mustache.
  • 16) . A long ringlet hanging beside the face, a part of a woman's head-dress in the seventeenth century.

Examples

  • 1) Cops said one thug was large and bald while the other has fair hair and a moustache.
  • 2) Most of them had beards and moustaches and permanent wrinkles.
  • 3) Luckily they spotted my beard and moustache before they hauled me out.
  • 4) Is there something about a beard or moustache that makes one a better writer?
  • 5) The heavy moustache served another purpose.
  • 6) His prize is a pencil moustache.
  • 7) They were two females, lacking the blue head and long moustaches of the male.
  • 8) He has a pencil moustache and a trusty sidekick, a little terrier.
  • 9) Each half of his moustache is as long and curled as an Aladdin slipper.
  • 10) The fi rst photograph was of her father, a striking man with a moustache and smiling eyes.
  • 11) It was enough to make me want to slick back my non-existent fringe and grow a pencil moustache.
  • 12) A man with a moustache and a rottweiler belt buckle opens the door.
  • 13) His hair was darker and more lustrous, and there was a bold pencil moustache where now there was none.
  • 14) With such a long moustache!
  • 15) A dapper man with a moustache and a wide smile, he seems familiar.
  • 16) Regulars thought the thief, who had a moustache and was wearing a hat, was a repair man.
  • 17) I loved his long hair, moustache and the way he wore his white shirt open to show his gold chain and hairy chest.
  • 18) Ensor, who said he was a former Navy frogman and SEAL, had a thin moustache and wore a tattered green beret at a jaunty angle.
  • 19) His huge moustache is waxed to slippery perfection.
  • 20) You probably all know that his moustache is truly what defines him.
  • 21) I'm talking the original, manly, 70's Brawny man, with the bitchin 'moustache, not this lame Bruce Campbell wannabe that beat me up in middle school for playing magic cards.
  • 22) In other photographs, the moustache is bigger – even more magnificent, like when he was there in 1974.
  • 23) (And apparently the female moustache is quite common in the American Mid-West. * duck*)
  • 24) Godamit: My white moustache is worth more than your brown moustache!
  • 25) The moustache is reason enough, let alone him being a unifier who amazes me by his ability to put forward ideas I don't agree with and still make me think that they sound utterly reasonable and well thought-out.
  • 26) We evolved from apes and are still apes, less hairy maybe (unless you originated from the mediteranean where your beard grows up to your eyes and your eyebrows up to your hairline and even the women sport a thin moustache) and more ingenious, but apes nonetheless.
  • 27) He does credit himself with a good sniffer though and claims that his thick moustache is both a blessing – pleasant smells linger longer – and a curse – the bad ones do too.
  • 28) ‘The soldier is played by Basim Hamed, a willowy, 31-year-old sculptor who shaved his shoulder-length hair and grew a mustache for the part.’
  • 29) ‘She has a pencil-thin moustache on her upper lip.’
  • 30) ‘An old man wearing glasses that drooped down to his nose with grey hair and a thin grey mustache above his upper lip stood before us with a grin.’
  • 31) ‘He can make out the attempts at a mustache on his upper lip, but his hair is too fine and matches his pink skin too well to show.’
  • 32) ‘The dads in the 1900 and 1940s houses had a whale of a time, being required to do little more than grow a moustache, read old newspapers and lift their feet for their wretched wives to sweep under.’
  • 33) ‘Just because a pimply-faced 15-year-old tries to grow a moustache so he can buy cigarettes, nobody's fooled.’
  • 34) ‘I saw Seymour today & he is having a struggle to grow a moustache.’
  • 35) ‘Then they accuse me of not being able to grow a real moustache.’
  • 36) ‘I, for one, would never consider voting for anyone who couldn't grow a moustache, at the very least.’
  • 37) ‘I was in Germany for over a month, long enough to learn to appreciate the white beer, not long enough to grow a moustache.’
  • 38) ‘One month I actually grew a moustache, just so I could say that I'd done something.’
  • 39) ‘Since he grew a long moustache for a role in the West End, people have stopped calling him Nigel in the street.’
  • 40) ‘The man police want to question is described as being in his forties, 5ft 10 in tall, medium build, with olive skin and short black hair and a thick moustache.’
  • 41) ‘She said: ‘He looked like a robust muscular man with white hair and a moustache.’’
  • 42) ‘He looked about 60, had really long grey hair and a long moustache, and thin, long, really white legs, proper old man's legs.’
  • 43) ‘One had a black moustache and had his hair tied up.’
  • 44) ‘He's described as 5'11 in height and of medium build with tightly cropped hair and a ginger moustache.’
  • 45) ‘He was swarthy and well-built, with dark hair and a moustache.’
  • 46) ‘He is of a medium build and has short grey receding hair and a moustache.’
  • 47) ‘She told police at the time that he had long hair and a moustache and was travelling alone in a white pick-up truck, with only his dog.’
  • 48) ‘It took Vyaas 25 years to grow his moustaches, nurturing them with almonds, curd, ghee and lemon every day.’
  • 49) ‘His hand twitched, as though resisting the urge to rise to his moustaches for a bit of compulsive twirling.’
  • 50) ‘The Clay-colored can be distinguished from the Chipping by a brown, rather than gray, rump, a darker face pattern, and the absence of a moustache.’
  • 51) ‘The Nurse Shark has a small mouth with what looks like a moustache to help it find food.’
  • 52) ‘Izzy is described as a green parakeet with an orangey-red ring around his neck, a big, red beak with a black moustache and 28-inch tail feathers.’
  • 53) ‘The cattle dog's harsh tousled coat (except on the head where it is shorter and flat), its moustache and little beard all give it a forbidding appearance.’
  • 54) ‘I waddled jovially around the apartment in my Santa suit, laughing through the beard's tiny mouth hole like a walrus blowing through its moustache.’

Examples

  • 1) Twirling his new, Charter-Magicked mustache, he quickened his pace.
  • 2) He was three or four inches taller than Meyerhoff and had a scraggly mustache, and his face wasn't filled with sunshine either.
  • 3) A gruff officer was waiting for him, reeking of coffee, the edge of his brown mustache darkened by a recent beverage.
  • 4) ‘The soldier is played by Basim Hamed, a willowy, 31-year-old sculptor who shaved his shoulder-length hair and grew a mustache for the part.’
  • 5) ‘She has a pencil-thin moustache on her upper lip.’
  • 6) ‘An old man wearing glasses that drooped down to his nose with grey hair and a thin grey mustache above his upper lip stood before us with a grin.’
  • 7) ‘He can make out the attempts at a mustache on his upper lip, but his hair is too fine and matches his pink skin too well to show.’
  • 8) ‘The dads in the 1900 and 1940s houses had a whale of a time, being required to do little more than grow a moustache, read old newspapers and lift their feet for their wretched wives to sweep under.’
  • 9) ‘Just because a pimply-faced 15-year-old tries to grow a moustache so he can buy cigarettes, nobody's fooled.’
  • 10) ‘I saw Seymour today & he is having a struggle to grow a moustache.’
  • 11) ‘Then they accuse me of not being able to grow a real moustache.’
  • 12) ‘I, for one, would never consider voting for anyone who couldn't grow a moustache, at the very least.’
  • 13) ‘I was in Germany for over a month, long enough to learn to appreciate the white beer, not long enough to grow a moustache.’
  • 14) ‘One month I actually grew a moustache, just so I could say that I'd done something.’
  • 15) ‘Since he grew a long moustache for a role in the West End, people have stopped calling him Nigel in the street.’
  • 16) ‘The man police want to question is described as being in his forties, 5ft 10 in tall, medium build, with olive skin and short black hair and a thick moustache.’
  • 17) ‘She said: ‘He looked like a robust muscular man with white hair and a moustache.’’
  • 18) ‘He looked about 60, had really long grey hair and a long moustache, and thin, long, really white legs, proper old man's legs.’
  • 19) ‘One had a black moustache and had his hair tied up.’
  • 20) ‘He's described as 5'11 in height and of medium build with tightly cropped hair and a ginger moustache.’
  • 21) ‘He was swarthy and well-built, with dark hair and a moustache.’
  • 22) ‘He is of a medium build and has short grey receding hair and a moustache.’
  • 23) ‘She told police at the time that he had long hair and a moustache and was travelling alone in a white pick-up truck, with only his dog.’
  • 24) ‘The Clay-colored can be distinguished from the Chipping by a brown, rather than gray, rump, a darker face pattern, and the absence of a moustache.’
  • 25) ‘The Nurse Shark has a small mouth with what looks like a moustache to help it find food.’
  • 26) ‘Izzy is described as a green parakeet with an orangey-red ring around his neck, a big, red beak with a black moustache and 28-inch tail feathers.’
  • 27) ‘The cattle dog's harsh tousled coat (except on the head where it is shorter and flat), its moustache and little beard all give it a forbidding appearance.’
  • 28) ‘I waddled jovially around the apartment in my Santa suit, laughing through the beard's tiny mouth hole like a walrus blowing through its moustache.’
  • 29) he looked younger after he shaved off his mustache
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