Definition of Mooleys

1. mooley [n] - See also: mooley



Lexicographical Neighbors of Mooleys

mooi
mooihoekite
mooing
mooings
mook
mooks
mooktar
mooktars
mool
moola
moolah
moolahs
moolas
mooled
mooley
mooleys (current term)
mooli
moolies
mooling
moolis
moollah
moollahs
moolley
moolooite
moolooites
mools
mooly
moon
moon-blind
moon-curser

Literary usage of Mooleys

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

1. Old Spain and New Spain by Henry Martyn Field (1888)
"This is hard on the poor "mooleys," that, after doing duty over the milk-pail, they should be put to this further service. Yet so it is that a cow and an ox ..."

2. Old Spain and New Spain by Henry Martyn Field (1888)
"This is hard on the poor "mooleys," that, after doing duty over the milk-pail, they should be put to this further service. Yet so it is that a cow and an ox ..."

3. Following the Tow-path and Through the Adirondacks Awheel by Allan Eric, Junior partner, Lillian S. Willis (1898)
"... en- tii ely competent to find the cows and drive them home ; but it appeared that he was disposed to rush them too much,which was bad for the "mooleys. ..."

4. Report by Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station (1889)
"... although the horns of this animal were taken off close to the head, there is now an appearance of stub-horns. The other animals are perfect mooleys. ..."

5. Old and New Spain by Henry Martyn Field (1888)
"This is hard on the poor "mooleys," that, after doing duty over the milk-pail, they should be put to this further service. Yet so it is that a cow and an ox ..."

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