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- adj. Variant of mustachio.
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- n. Alternative spelling of mustachio.
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- n. A large bushy moustache.
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- n. a large bushy moustache (with hair growing sometimes down the sides of the mouth)
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257 The Persian saying is, A kiss without moustachio is bread without salt.
Of course, if I'd been smart enough to look for "moustachio", I probably would have found something ...!
I say Humpty Dumpty and the plaid clown with moustachio!
The dashing moustachio was a last minute decision to add a bit of flair.
Several new chin whiskers, an overnight moustachio, and five new zits in festive colours ornamented my face.
Al – Ahnaf, ‘Part thy hair and trim thy moustachio and pare thy nails and pluck thine armpits and shave thy pubes268 and ever use the toothstick because therein be two and seventy virtues, and make the Ghusl or complete ablution on Friday, as an expiation for all between the Fridays.’ —
The first from Bohemian Rhapsody era and the other from I Wanna Break Free moustachio-ed housewife video.
The black-moustachiod face gazed down from every commanding corner.
Grace in my position came upon a foreigner in the wood of Strongara -- a gentleman by the looks of him and a Frenchman by his moustachio, all alone and looking after Sergeant Donald's company, what would your
Women, as well as males, are generally tattooed of a reddish or blue colour, round the mouth, moustachio-wise.