moucher

moucher

(ˈmuːtʃə)
n
someone who eats hungrily or greedily
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Se moucher dans des mouchoirs a usage unique et les jeter
The group of former officers, which include erstwhile Detective Inspector Graham Moucher, are seeking damages from the Chief Constable of South Wales Police for a host of claims including unlawful arrest and misfeasance in public office.
Il est egalement conseille de se laver regulierement les mains avec du savon liquide de preference et d'utiliser des mouchoirs jetables pour se moucher, eternuer ou tousser.
Attached to a whisky bottle was this notice: "Will be sold to the highest bidder for purchase of scrubbing brush and soap for the purpose of scrubbing down of mouching Valentine Mul-, the ale cadger, and sloppy Liz, the stout moucher."
Cwmbran took the field with two new young strikers, Matthew Prosser and Matthew Houston, and with Geraint Goodridge back in midfield, replacing Gareth Moucher, who picked up an injury last week.
And Ford, who last year sold 5000 copies of his spoof swing album Swing When Your Minging, decided on old favourite Minnie The Moucher.
158), a reference to lesbianism, and a failure to tackle a highly equivocal use of the verb moucher, Pinkerton's omissions may be put down to carelessness, and Lethbridge can be relied upon to reinstate, at times with some panache (p.
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