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mouse

a device used to move a pointer around a COMPUTER screen.
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She sneers at my appearance all the all the time and says I'm an insignificant mousy no-hoper.
Nancy didn't even pay to dye her hair that trademark mousy brown.
The attacker is believed to be in his late teens with long mousy hair.
The owner of the bull terrier was described as white, around 18, and 5ft 8in with short mousy hair.
He also drew some wonderfully humorous cartoons of mice, which he made into books, naming them "Mousy Muddles."
He was white, in his 20s and 5ft 10in tall, with mousy hair.
Det Sgt Hughes said the victims had described a white suspect of mediumbuild with blond to mousy hair, in his early 20s, sometimes with a mountain bike and wearing a dark green jacket.
He has short, mousy hair brushed forward and wore a red jumper and blue jeans and spoke with a local accent.
I went in with my long, dark blonde (read mousy) hair looking decidedly fluffy and neglected after six months without a cut.
In the rehearsal studio, Alison Roper looks like the nice girl from Maine that she is: unassuming, hard working, even a little mousy.
She is white, 5ft 7in, stockily built with mousy hair in a bob.
A labyrinthian assemblage of fragile glass containers, Incubator, 1993, contained dead insects meant to nurture the little bearded and bespectacled "animals"--actually miniature photographic silhouettes of the artist dressed in a mousy brown bathrobe--scattered about the structure.