The next moment the door opened, and the pale face of the mousquetaire appeared.
In my heart I am a mousquetaire—I feel it, and that leads me on.'
The mousquetaire had seen Aurélie de Roquemaure, had spoken with her.
A sort of mousquetaire au couvent the other way about, don't you know.
Chicot is supreme, but the personal interest is less distributed than in the first book and in the mousquetaire trilogy.
Soldiers, I see, by your accoutrements, and one a mousquetaire.
Gloves for evening wear, Suede, mousquetaire, elbow and above; length arranging in buttons from eight to twenty-four.
Felix de Bois Sombre is an excellent fellow; but he smells a little of the mousquetaire.
There was a garden belonging to a mousquetaire, famous for fruit, by Pique-price, beyond it some way.
Jorian was a mousquetaire, with plumes and ruffles prodigious, and a hen's heart beneath his cock's feathers.