Kashkari instead agreed with the Los Angeles Times' Matt Pearce that he looks like “the mummy from The mummy.”
mummy sat on the sofa in the drawing room with her hands to her face.
But our plan is to dress our son up as a mummy and take him through the neighborhoods to do his thing.
The chamber yielded 5,000 objects, including the mummy, burial masks, chariots, and toys.
Christian, pretending to be Prince of Wales: mummy, is everything OK?
The mummy was ferried across the lake belonging to the temple, and taken before the judge Osiris.
This was like his phantom, or, if one may say so, without disrespect--his mummy.
"I know, but I'd rather meet him some time when I don't feel so much like a mummy in a museum," urged Charlie again.
Little high voices called for "mummy," and the children came in.
And the most celebrated of all ingredients for compounding hawk medicines is “mummy.”
c.1400, "medicine prepared from mummy tissue," from Medieval Latin mumia, from Arabic mumiyah "embalmed body," from Persian mumiya "asphalt," from mum "wax." Sense of "embalmed body" first recorded in English 1610s. Mummy wheat (1842) was said to be cultivated from grains found in mummy-cases.
1784, childish alteration of mammy. Alternative form mumsy attested by 1876.