Musea vs Museau - What's the difference?

musea | museau |


As nouns the difference between musea and museau

is that musea is while museau is someone's face.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

musea

English

Noun

(head) (p)
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    museau

    English

    Noun

  • Someone's face.
  • *1922 , (DH Lawrence), ‘The Horse-dealer's Daughter’, England, My England :
  • *:He was the baby of the family, a young man of twenty-two, with a fresh, jaunty museau .
  • *1974 , (GB Edwards), The Book of Ebenezer Le Page , New York 2007, p. 33:
  • *:I was dark with a round museau of a face and thick lips and a pug nose and high cheekbones and deep-set brown eyes and a bush of black hair.
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