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also mous·ta·chio (mə-stăsh′ō, -stăsh′ē-ō′, -stä′shō, -shē-ō′)
n. pl. mus·ta·chios also mous·ta·chios
A mustache, especially a luxuriant one.

[Ultimately from Italian dialectal mustaccio, mustache; see mustache.]

mus·ta′chioed (-stăsh′ōd, -stăsh′ē-ōd′, -stä′shōd, -shē-ōd′) adj.


(Hairdressing & Grooming) often jocular having a moustache, esp when bushy or elaborately shaped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.mustachioed - having a moustache
unshaved, unshaven - not shaved


adj (esp Brit) → schnauzbärtig
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It was pleasing to see his open and ingenuous countenance, well mustachioed and corked, looking out from an open shirt collar; and to contemplate the sugar-loaf hat, decorated with ribbons of all colours, which he was compelled to carry on his knee, inasmuch as no known conveyance with a top to it, would admit of any man's carrying it between his head and the roof.
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The clever boy - dubbed Hercule after the mustachioed Belgian detective - solved the riddle of who knifed his mistress and her dog to death in a robbery.
Stocky and mustachioed, Idriss hails from the central province of Homs and has at times shown a penchant for fiery rhetoric.
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THERE were few more satisfying sights this week than a mustachioed Leon Osman looking every inch the seasoned international on his England debut.
Not since the days of mustachioed super-swimmer Mark Spitz back in the 1970s has hirsute been so hot.
DeGeneres also pointed out the strange set-up of the picture in which Obama is seated in a large wicker chair as her mustachioed date stands beside her.
He returns as ze famous mustachioed Belgian detective, alongside a cast including Jaime Winstone (Dagenham Girls), Phil Daniels (Quadrophenia) and Geoffrey Palmer (As Time Goes By, er, those "slam in the lamb" adverts).
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So here's to the mustachioed men of the West Midlands.