mousy


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quiet and timid and ineffectual

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infested with mice

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of something having a drab pale brown color resembling a mouse

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Critique: Written by a wildlife expert who work experience includes service as a federal researcher, state predator biologist, and a search-and-rescue dog handler, Mousy Cats and Sheepish Coyotes offers an unprecedented glimpse into the minds and characters of animals.
A Pluck up courage and challenge her to tell you why she takes so much notice of you, if you're so insignificant and mousy.
Do it while standing, however, and you're just being mousy.
have engineered mice that are hypersensitive to stress and display a mousy version of anxiety.
An itsy-bitsy mousy called LIBIDO made of nothing--gray and white scraps.
Nancy didn't even pay to dye her hair that trademark mousy brown.
The owner of the bull terrier was described as white, around 18, and 5ft 8in with short mousy hair.
But it's mousy Michelle who's the real star, much to Mia's lethal disgust.
He has a fair complexion and mousy brown short straight hair.
FRANCES McDormand shines as a mousy maid who is catapulted into 1930s London high society.
FOUR years ago Laura Hollins was serving battered savs at The Village Chippy in Stubbins, Lancashire - her mousy hair flattened by a regulation hairnet.
Police have described the man as 5ft 10in tall, with short mousy brown hair and a wispy beard.
The man is described as white, around 6ft, aged in his 20s with short mousy brown hair and facial stubble.
In case you missed the 1968 movie (which starred Gene Wilder and Zero Mostel), or haven't seen the show (it ran for a few months - with Jason Alexander and Martin Short in the Lane and Broderick roles at the Pantages in 2003), ``The Producers'' follows a washed-up impresario (Max Bialystock, played by Lane) and a mousy accountant (Leo Bloom, played by Broderick) who attempt to stage a surefire flop, the worst play ever written - the aforementioned ``Springtime for Hitler'' - so it will simultaneously open and close and they can run off to Rio with their investors' money.
When Hannah returns home, Kat is shocked to see that her sister is now mousy and sad rather than wild and angry.