Definition of Mimuluses

1. mimulus [n] - See also: mimulus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mimuluses

mimophant
mimophants
mimosa
mimosa bush
mimosae
mimosas
mimosine
mimotannic
mimotannic acid
mimsey
mimsier
mimsies
mimsiest
mimulus
mimuluses (current term)
min
min.
min recombinase
mina
minability
minable
minaceous
minacious
minacities
minacity
minae
minah
minahs
minamiite

Literary usage of Mimuluses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Florist and Garden Miscellany (1851)
"Andrew obtained this ; Luteus and Roseus he had before, if my memory serves me rightly. And now little was purchased in the way of mimuluses for some time. ..."

2. The British Florist: Or, Lady's Journal of Horticulture (1846)
"mimuluses, best S...1. Mr. Hynes. 2. JH Evans, Esq. Harold's Cross. Fuchsias, best 6...1. Mr. William Cahil, Donnybrook. 2. Edward Clibborn, Esq. Sally- ..."

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