Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of mouse. As used as a computer peripheral.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mouse.

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Examples

  • Diebold reportedly solved this problem by providing the state with over 5,000 'mouses' to replace the touch screen.

    'Daily Voting News' For October 14, 2006

  • One of a few "mouses" a cartoon of a real mouse with a cable for a tail, this computer mouse with a nose and ears, and another like this with a tail .... it was actually great fun and the results were very nice and made the client laugh too.

    Recently Uploaded Slideshows

  • Where I previously worked anti-police support staff used to remove the mouses from ‘their’ computer terminals to prevent officers from using the terminals on a night shift …. you know …. to put on crime reports, type statements, generally facilitate bad people being locked up.

    The Wrong Kind Of Snow « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • PC World - the mouses situation is outrageous while not wholly surprising.

    The Wrong Kind Of Snow « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Where I previously worked anti-police support staff used to remove the mouses from ‘their’ computer terminals to prevent officers from using the terminals on a night shift. xxx

    The Wrong Kind Of Snow « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • I find it annoying to have to unplug and plug back in my USB mouse from my laptop, I can't imagine having to hook in printers, and monitors and mouses and music synthesizers and etc everytime I got home and needed to work.

    Is The Desktop PC Dead? | Lifehacker Australia

  • "Then he did the same thing to the other Whos' houses leaving crumbs much too small for the other Whos' mouses!"

    World According to Dr. Seuss

  • Yes | No | Report from matt wasson wrote 5 weeks 3 hours ago mouses, waxes, minnows, and a assortment of teardrops, and even some swedish pimples does the trick!

    happy ice fishing season!!! I have a few questions about warm water fish (i.e. panfish, and pickerel).

  • The cover for Makers does a great job of hinting and implying at the events taking place within its pages: a stacked wall of old, abandoned keyboards, with hanging connector cords; occasional mouses squeezed in here and there, cables also dangling.

    2010 April 15 « The BookBanter Blog

  • The keyboards and mouses reveal the subject matter of technological devices that soon become outdated and almost forgotten, as a newer, flashier item replaces it, while technology updates and improves.

    2010 April 15 « The BookBanter Blog

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