Flambeau strode up to the door thus shut almost in his face, and stood in front of it for a moment, biting his black moustache in a fury of curiosity.
His brown complexion had gone, his big black moustache had gone; he--was clean-shaven and very pate.
For a moment he silently scrutinised the attentive group out of his filmy blue eyes overhung by old veined lids; then he gave his moustache
a thoughtful twist, and said simply: "I didn't think the Mingotts would have tried it on.
His rather pugged nose seemed to revolt from contact with a bristling moustache
of short, wire-like hairs.
The advice of the fourth was that the columns of the capitol be rubbed with oil of dog by a person having a moustache
on the calf of his leg.
Private soldiers are not, I believe, afflicted that way," declared another general, twirling his moustache
His face was short with a broad forehead, and furnished with a moustache
as bristly as a cat's, and little patches of yellowish whiskers upon full cheeks.
His upper lip, without moustache
, was finely chiselled.
Of the latter I saw only the huge white moustache, like a flying gull, as Raffles had described it; for at a glance I divined that this was his arch-enemy, the Count Corbucci himself.
His face was on the table, the huge moustache projecting from under either leaden cheek, yet looking itself strangely alive.
He curled his fair moustache
, and looked deprecatingly at his companion.
For the rest, he was large and tall in frame, had thin lips, where his thick moustache
showed them at all, and a quantity of dry hair, of no definable colour, in its shaggy state, but shot with red.