from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as Moresque.

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  • See Moresque.

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  • adjective Alternative form of Moresque.


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  • "Mauresque" After a decidedly symphonic introduction, this piece has light percussion, a steady bass, and plenty of synthesizer to go around.

    Latest reviews @, the ultimate progressive rock music website 2009

  • Cuir Mauresque, hard to decide between this and Tabac Blond, they are so different, but I choose CM for it's more animalic quality and orange-y extras

    Top 10 of Winter...and a Prize Draw Marina Geigert 2008

  • Until then, the 'fumes I feel like The Hotness in are Cuir Mauresque & Cuir Ottoman hi Billy, leather queen, shouting back.

    The Sexiest Perfumes Marina Geigert 2008

  • Tabac Blonde vs Cuir Mauresque = very torn + undecided

    Utterly Random Friday: An Ode to Boden Marina Geigert 2007

  • Since then I've met & fallen for others, Cuir Ottoman, Cuir D'Arabie, Cuir Mauresque ... and I perceive Dzing! more as a hide & sandalwood scent.

    Dzing! went the strings of my heart Marina Geigert 2007

  • Its elegantly robust, warm leather accord with a slight vanillic and substantional ambery undertone should delight fans of Tabac Blond, Knize Ten, Cuir Mauresque and Royal English Leather.

    Archive 2007-07-01 Marina Geigert 2007

  • Anyway - would anyone more talented than I be able to tell me what the difference is between Tabac Blond and Cuir Mauresque?

    Utterly Random Friday: An Ode to Boden Marina Geigert 2007

  • Swoon-worthy notes of leather, incense, amber, pepper and cumin, this has both the drydown part of l'Air de Rien and leather in Cuir Mauresque.

    Archive 2007-03-01 Marina Geigert 2007

  • Mauresque Building, which is very large and lends itself easily to decoration, giving us all the space we require.

    Diary of a Refugee By Frances Hewitt Fearn, edited 1910

  • The sun shone through the lace window screens and sparkled on the Hispano-Mauresque tiles, the innumerable toilet articles of crystal and silver, the bas-reliefs on the antique sarcophagus; its dancing reflections imparting a delightful sense of movement to the air.

    The Child of Pleasure Gabriele D'Annunzio 1900


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