moucher

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moucher (plural mouchers)

  1. Dated form of moocher.

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From Late Latin muccō, from mucus

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moucher

  1. (transitive) to blow (someone's) nose
  2. (transitive, colloquial) to put someone in their place
  3. (reflexive) to blow one's nose
  4. (transitive) to snuff out (a candle etc.)

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