Definition of Mullens

1. Noun. (plural of mullen) ¹



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Definition of Mullens

1. mullen [n] - See also: mullen

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mullens

mullahism
mullahisms
mullahs
mullar
mullarky
mullars
mullas
mulled
mulled cider
mulled wine
mulled wines
mullein
mullein pink
mulleins
mullen
mullens (current term)
muller
mullered
mullerian
mullerian adenosarcoma
mullerian inhibiting factor
mullerian inhibiting substance
mullerian regression factor
mullering
mullers
mullet
mulleted
mulletheaded

Literary usage of Mullens

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1. A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present by Edmund Clarence Stedman, Arthur Stedman (1894)
"Peter mullens lying nearly upon his back, in the most luxurious chair of the large drawing-room, apparently in a state of serene and supreme happiness. ..."

2. Madagascar: An Historical and Descriptive Account of the Island and Its by Samuel Pasfield Oliver (1886)
"The late Dr. mullens insisted strongly that the inhabitants of ... Dr. mullens acknowledged, however, one distinction which may be drawn among the Malagasy: ..."

3. Ashmore, Co. Dorset: A History of the Parish with Index to the Registers by Edward William Watson, Ashmore, Eng. (Parish) (1890)
"What became of Thomas mullens of Ashmore does not appear; nor can the connection between him, the John mullens who married ..."

4. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1877)
"JOSEPH mullens, DD THE travellers who have journeyed into Central Africa from the East coast and the neighbourhood of Zanzibar have been called to encounter ..."

5. Eminent Missionary Women by John Talbot Gracey, Annie Ryder Gracey (1898)
"HC mullens "Her work still lives; it blossoms from the dust, And a glad future holds the fruit in trust." IT was womanly tact that first penetrated the ..."

6. Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle (1879)
"... this grave has aspects and relations which eminently fit it to be the resting-place of Joseph mullens. For the ardent missionary, eager for new fields ..."

7. A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present by Edmund Clarence Stedman, Arthur Stedman (1894)
"Peter mullens lying nearly upon his back, in the most luxurious chair of the large drawing-room, apparently in a state of serene and supreme happiness. ..."

8. Madagascar: An Historical and Descriptive Account of the Island and Its by Samuel Pasfield Oliver (1886)
"The late Dr. mullens insisted strongly that the inhabitants of ... Dr. mullens acknowledged, however, one distinction which may be drawn among the Malagasy: ..."

9. Ashmore, Co. Dorset: A History of the Parish with Index to the Registers by Edward William Watson, Ashmore, Eng. (Parish) (1890)
"What became of Thomas mullens of Ashmore does not appear; nor can the connection between him, the John mullens who married ..."

10. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1877)
"JOSEPH mullens, DD THE travellers who have journeyed into Central Africa from the East coast and the neighbourhood of Zanzibar have been called to encounter ..."

11. Eminent Missionary Women by John Talbot Gracey, Annie Ryder Gracey (1898)
"HC mullens "Her work still lives; it blossoms from the dust, And a glad future holds the fruit in trust." IT was womanly tact that first penetrated the ..."

12. Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle (1879)
"... this grave has aspects and relations which eminently fit it to be the resting-place of Joseph mullens. For the ardent missionary, eager for new fields ..."

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