One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Having a mustache, typically a long or elaborate one.‘the mustachioed Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot’
- ‘Eventually a mustachioed commander, escorted by several soldiers, came out to have a little talk with us.’
- ‘Ahead of me, a moustachioed middle-aged man is peddling toward me.’
- ‘In the cobbled backstreets mustachioed old men in tweed jackets and gaiters drive decorated carts at breakneck speeds.’
- ‘Thing is, he's an overweight, greasy, moustachioed white guy.’
- ‘With his bow-tied, moustachioed, immaculate turnout he seemed a figure from a bygone age.’
- ‘The star performance comes from Stiller as a posing, moustachioed fitness guru.’
- ‘Inside, a sinewy, mustachioed fellow is tinkering with one of the machines.’
- ‘He is moustachioed, carries a roll of papers in his right hand, and has his left hand posed on his hip.’
- ‘The other 4 guys are all merrily chatting away with the moustachioed bartender in the denim shirt.’
- ‘The combative, moustachioed Italian is widely recognised as one of the world's leading experts on human fertility.’
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