She gave a charming little shrug, accompanied with what Roger, from his novel-reading, conceived to be a moue.
She made a moue that I ought to have found fascinating, nodding emphatically.
So are many that rake dunghills.If you haue any suit, moue it in Court.
"Yet you can leave me to-day," pouted Favette, with a sigh and a moue mutine, and gathering tears in her large gazelle eyes.
Mademoiselle shook back her rippling satin hair, and made a little French moue mutine.
Neither the whisper nor the moue escaped Keane, as he talked with the governor on model drainage.
Because from (E) to (B) it must moue vpward, if it moue at all, which is contrary to the nature of water.
English-women don't make the moue, so, though I like sticking to my mother tongue, I confess my inability to translate the word.
As, Of any two bodyes, the heauyer, to moue downward faster then the lighter.
Kenelm returned the moue with a mournful smile and an involuntary shrug.
"pout," 1850, from French moue "mouth, lip, pout," from Old French moe, perhaps from Middle Dutch mouwe, with the same senses, but this could as easily be from French. As a verb from 1909.