This is fearful, thought I; I took my mouchoir and gently removed them.
This sponge is called the handkerchief (mouchoir), by M. Gay Lussac.
“mouchoir,” said Caroline, holding up an embroidered handkerchief.
Glove, trinket, and mouchoir boxes are pretty for holiday gifts.
She said she was desolated; she 'adn't sufficient coal to take the chill off a mouchoir.
He was blanched as white as a mouchoir, while your father spoke of it at dinner—did you see that he could not eat?
I will only pound the watch in my mortar--burn the mouchoir in my lamp, and make a pudding in the chapeau.
No, I'll embroider on papa's mouchoir case; I've been at it for thirteen months.
Then I had something that's either a mouchoir or a handkerchief case, or for neckties, or shaving papers, or something or other.
I wonder what kind of presents you would like,—not beaded antimacassars and not mouchoir cases surely.