Definition of Mouser

1. Noun. A cat proficient at mousing.




Definition of Mouser

1. n. A cat that catches mice.

Definition of Mouser

1. Noun. A cat that catches mice, kept specifically for the purpose. ¹

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Definition of Mouser

1. an animal that catches mice [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mouser

mousekin
mousekins
mouseless
mouselike
mouselook
mousemat
mousemats
mouseover
mouseovers
mousepad
mousepads
mousepox virus
mouseprint
mouseproof
mouser (current term)
mouseries
mousers
mousery
mouses
mouses over
mousetail
mousetail pulse
mousetails
mousetrapped
mousetrapping
mousetraps
mousework
mousey

Literary usage of Mouser

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1. A History of Texas and Texans by Francis White Johnson, Ernest William Winkler (1914)
"EDWARD B. mouser. The oldest physician in point of continued practice at this point is Dr. Edward B. mouser who came to Electra in 1902 and here has carried ..."

2. The Nursery by John L. Shorey (Firm (1870)
"WHAT TOM mouser DID. ALICE had a present of a pretty English goldfinch, which she called ... Dick sang so loud and well, that, after a time, old Tom mouser, ..."

3. English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs, John Dickson Batten (1890)
"T Mouse and mouser HE Mouse went to visit the Cat, and found her sitting behind the hall door, spinning. MOUSE. What are you doing, my lady, my lady, ..."

4. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1850)
"As I taid, I bav« been to the House of Commons—'o what. mouser ca'ls the British House of SOLOMON. It may be ; but all as a woman, ..."

5. The Folk-lore Readers by Eulalie Osgood Grover (1914)
"MOUSE AND mouser The Mouse went to visit the Cat and found her behind the hall door spinning. Mouse What are you doing, my lady, my lady, What are you doing ..."

6. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in Ohio Courts of Record by Robert D. Handy, William Disney (1899)
"247 mouser v. Davis. widow. That event took place in 18C3. The will itself was probated in 1834. The deficiency of personal assets, as shown by the account ..."

7. A Memoir of Robert C. Winthrop by Robert Charles Winthrop (1897)
"On the strength of this mistake, some newspaper-mouser of the future in the guise of a historian may represent me to have been a sort of swashbuckler ! ..."

8. A History of Texas and Texans by Francis White Johnson, Ernest William Winkler (1914)
"EDWARD B. mouser. The oldest physician in point of continued practice at this point is Dr. Edward B. mouser who came to Electra in 1902 and here has carried ..."

9. The Nursery by John L. Shorey (Firm (1870)
"WHAT TOM mouser DID. ALICE had a present of a pretty English goldfinch, which she called ... Dick sang so loud and well, that, after a time, old Tom mouser, ..."

10. English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs, John Dickson Batten (1890)
"T Mouse and mouser HE Mouse went to visit the Cat, and found her sitting behind the hall door, spinning. MOUSE. What are you doing, my lady, my lady, ..."

11. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1850)
"As I taid, I bav« been to the House of Commons—'o what. mouser ca'ls the British House of SOLOMON. It may be ; but all as a woman, ..."

12. The Folk-lore Readers by Eulalie Osgood Grover (1914)
"MOUSE AND mouser The Mouse went to visit the Cat and found her behind the hall door spinning. Mouse What are you doing, my lady, my lady, What are you doing ..."

13. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in Ohio Courts of Record by Robert D. Handy, William Disney (1899)
"247 mouser v. Davis. widow. That event took place in 18C3. The will itself was probated in 1834. The deficiency of personal assets, as shown by the account ..."

14. A Memoir of Robert C. Winthrop by Robert Charles Winthrop (1897)
"On the strength of this mistake, some newspaper-mouser of the future in the guise of a historian may represent me to have been a sort of swashbuckler ! ..."

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