Definition of Mousekin

1. n. A little mouse.



Definition of Mousekin

1. Noun. A little mouse. ¹

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Definition of Mousekin

1. a little mouse [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mousekin

mousebird
mousebirds
mouseburger
mouseburgers
mouseclick
mouseclicks
moused
moused over
mousedeer
mousedeers
mousedom
mousefish
mousehole
mouseholes
mousehood
mousekin (current term)
mousekins
mouseless
mouselike
mouselook
mousemat
mousemats
mouseover
mouseovers
mousepad
mousepads
mousepox virus
mouseprint
mouseproof

Literary usage of Mousekin

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Hänsel and Gretel: A Fairy Opera in Three Acts by Engelbert Humperdinck, Adelheid Wette (1905)
"The children at first do not see her, and go on feasting merrily.) GRETEL. Wait, you gobbling mousekin, here comes the cat from the ..."

2. A Guide to Modern Opera: Description & Interpretation of the Words & Music by Esther Singleton (1909)
"Again the voice is heard from the house: " Nibble, nibble, mousekin, who's nibbling at my ... Wait, you gobbling mousekin, till the cat comes out of the ..."

3. The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray by William Makepeace Thackeray, Sir Leslie Stephen (1899)
"Take your ease and amusement, cousin," says Lady Maria. "Frisk about, pretty little mousekin,:l says grey Grimalkin, ..."

4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1883)
"... a weasel, or a mouse; 3—a superstition to which Goethe alludes in " Faust" :— Ah ! in the midst of her song, A red mousekin sprang out of her mouth. ..."

5. Yule-tide Stories: A Collection of Scandinavian and North German Popular by Benjamin Thorpe (1853)
"The girl in the mousekin dress came up accordingly, and when they were alone together, the bride locked the door, dressed her in the beautiful clothes, ..."

6. Hänsel and Gretel: A Fairy Opera in Three Acts by Engelbert Humperdinck, Adelheid Wette (1905)
"The children at first do not see her, and go on feasting merrily.) GRETEL. Wait, you gobbling mousekin, here comes the cat from the ..."

7. A Guide to Modern Opera: Description & Interpretation of the Words & Music by Esther Singleton (1909)
"Again the voice is heard from the house: " Nibble, nibble, mousekin, who's nibbling at my ... Wait, you gobbling mousekin, till the cat comes out of the ..."

8. The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray by William Makepeace Thackeray, Sir Leslie Stephen (1899)
"Take your ease and amusement, cousin," says Lady Maria. "Frisk about, pretty little mousekin,:l says grey Grimalkin, ..."

9. The Gentleman's Magazine (1883)
"... a weasel, or a mouse; 3—a superstition to which Goethe alludes in " Faust" :— Ah ! in the midst of her song, A red mousekin sprang out of her mouth. ..."

10. Yule-tide Stories: A Collection of Scandinavian and North German Popular by Benjamin Thorpe (1853)
"The girl in the mousekin dress came up accordingly, and when they were alone together, the bride locked the door, dressed her in the beautiful clothes, ..."

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