mustache: an unshaved growth of hair on the upper lip; "he looked younger after he shaved off his mustache"
A moustache (mustache; in RP and in General American) is facial hair grown on the upper lip. It may or may not be accompanied by a beard, hair around the entire face.
Moustache was the debut album released by UK band Farrah recorded on Miles Copeland's Ark21 label.
Moustache, sometimes abbreviated to Mous, (September 1799 - 11 March 1812) was a French poodle who is reputed to have played a part in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. His story is recounted in many publications but may be partly fictionalised. ...
Moustache (Half a Scissor) is Mr. Oizo's (Quentin Dupieux) second album which was released in 2005 on CD. This was the infamous record that lead to Dupieux to leave the F. Com label and form an alliance with French label Ed Banger Records. ...
A growth of facial hair between the nose and the upper lip
(Moustaches) and sideburns were commonplace in the late nineteenth century, both in baseball and in Western society and waned in popularity during the twentieth.
Facial furnishings of varying texture around the lips and sides of the face. Commonly found on many of the wirehaired breeds.
handlebars curve forward from the stem and then back towards the rider. Image File history File linksMetadata Download high-resolution version (900x481, 61 KB) Photo of a Nitto made Moustache handlebar. ... ...
Once de rigueur facial accoutrement for an Aussie quick, back in the days when men were men. Decline in usage has mirrored collapse of society and Australian cricket team.
Everything is removed except for a wide, rectangular patch just above the hood at the top of the genital slit. This is sometimes called "The Hitler's Moustache", sometimes "Chaplin's Moustache".