Definition of Mousle

1. v. t. To sport with roughly; to rumple.



Definition of Mousle

1. to pull roughly [v MOUSLED, MOUSLING, MOUSLES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mousle

mousetrapped
mousetrapping
mousetraps
mousework
mousey
mousie
mousier
mousies
mousiest
mousily
mousiness
mousinesses
mousing
mousing over
mousings
mousle (current term)
mousled
mousles
mousling
mousme
mousmee
mousmees
mousmes
mousmé
mousmée
moussaka
moussakas
mousse
moussed
mousselike

Literary usage of Mousle

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1. An Etymological Dictionary of the French Language: Crowned by the French Academy by Auguste Brachet (1882)
"MOULE, sf. a muscle (sea-shell) ; formerly mousle, Languedoc muscle, ... (see § 51) of musculus to muso'lus, whence mousle (foru = OM see § 97; ..."

2. The Dramatic Works of John Wilson by John Wilson (1874)
"I'll tell her—you do so mousle one. Qua. Fie, Signior Pansa, fie! is there no more but fall on without so much as a short grace ? ..."

3. A Complete Word and Phrase Concordance to the Poems and Songs of Robert by J. B. Reid (1889)
"... That fate is thine—no distant date ; To a Mountain-Daisy. mousle [•'-'"'. c/ mouse]. Ev'n thou who mourn'st the Daisy's fate, But Mousie, ..."

4. The Dramatic Works of John Wilson by John Wilson (1874)
"I'll tell her—you do so mousle one. Qua. Fie, Signior Pansa, fie ! is there no more but fall on without so much as a short grace 1 I'm sure it was not so ..."

5. An Etymological Dictionary of the French Language: Crowned by the French Academy by Auguste Brachet (1882)
"MOULE, sf. a muscle (sea-shell) ; formerly mousle, Languedoc muscle, ... (see § 51) of musculus to muso'lus, whence mousle (foru = OM see § 97; ..."

6. The Dramatic Works of John Wilson by John Wilson (1874)
"I'll tell her—you do so mousle one. Qua. Fie, Signior Pansa, fie! is there no more but fall on without so much as a short grace ? ..."

7. A Complete Word and Phrase Concordance to the Poems and Songs of Robert by J. B. Reid (1889)
"... That fate is thine—no distant date ; To a Mountain-Daisy. mousle [•'-'"'. c/ mouse]. Ev'n thou who mourn'st the Daisy's fate, But Mousie, ..."

8. The Dramatic Works of John Wilson by John Wilson (1874)
"I'll tell her—you do so mousle one. Qua. Fie, Signior Pansa, fie ! is there no more but fall on without so much as a short grace 1 I'm sure it was not so ..."

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