Etymology: From French French, embouchure, from emboucher.
(music) The shape of the mouth and lips when playing a wind instrument.
1963, Thomas Pynchon, V.:
:you could see the twin lines running down from either side of his lower lip, etched in by the force of his , looking like extensions of his mustache.
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