walrus mustache

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Synonyms for walrus mustache

a bushy droopy mustache

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Mr Griffith added: "Richard had a very distinctive look, he had a handlebar moustache, always carried a black umbrella and usually wore an RAF flying jacket.
His friend and landlord Keith Griffith said: "Richard had a very distinctive look, he had a handlebar moustache, always carried a black umbrella and usually wore an RAF flying jacket.
CERVANTES' gallant country gentleman with flashing eyes and a handlebar moustache, letting out a fierce war cry and charging at the windmills, has been an inspiration for generations of creative minds.
The song is a perfect show of Bhansali's exemplary work as manages to create an ideal hero in Ranveer with a well-chiseled body and a handlebar moustache for the rustic element.
The grappling legend is a hero to many people for his achievements in the ring and on screen and his blonde handlebar moustache and trademark bandanna have made him one of the most recognisable faces across the globe.
Italian Fulvio Franchi took top honours in the Handlebar moustache category, whilst another foreign competitor Matt Brown from Australian out-gunned his rivals in the Beard Freestyle moustache category.
Also running will be Gordon Nichol, also from Jarrow, who will don the team's Biggles attire of a flying helmet, handlebar moustache, pipe and white scarf to stand out from the crowd.
In an extra show of support for Anthony, from Nottingham, he's growing a copycat handlebar moustache for their adventure.
Fereydoun Hassanpour's Address and Javad Ardakani's Handlebar Moustache have been among the award-winners of the festival's previous editions.
I particularly enjoyed the octogenarian chef with the handlebar moustache who showed Ramsay how to make a very different kind of biryani (rice topped with whole goats stuffed with chickens, quails and eggs) and got seriously grouchy when people weren't working fast enough.
As standards improved, especially with the advent of specialists like Peter O'Sullevan, Glendenning's plummy style became as old-fashioned as his distinctive appearance; he wore large horn-rimmed glasses and a luxuriant handlebar moustache.
Greeting carriage riders at the Moyer House was concertina player Charlie Meckel of Eugene, who sported an authentic handlebar moustache.
Even hairstylist Danilo, with his opulent handlebar moustache, managed to sneak a quick cameo.
Reaching for a spiral, a man with a handlebar moustache talks about the films of Kieslowski.
Set somewhere in the contemporary Canadian Northwest - although Snidley Whiplash, played broader than a range of Rockies by the usually reliable Alfred Molina, still wears the black stovepipe and handlebar moustache of a Victorian villain - the story has something to do with a fake gold rush that, of course, leads to an influx of greedy Americans.