Definition of Mouille

1. pronounced with the front of the tongue against the palate [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mouille

moudiwarp
moue
moues
mouezzin
mouezzins
mouf
mouffle
mouffles
moufflon
moufflons
mouflon
mouflons
moufs
mought
mouillation
mouille (current term)
moujik
moujiks
moulage
moulages
mould
mouldability
mouldable
mouldboard
mouldboard plough
moulded
moulder
mouldered
mouldering
moulderingly

Literary usage of Mouille

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1. The Chronicles of Enguerrand de Monstrelet: Containing an Account of the by Enguerrand de Monstrelet (1853)
"... mouille, who was not beloved by the duke of Burgundy ; and because this duchess was In her own right countess of the ..."

2. The Student's French Grammar: A Practical and Historical Grammar of the by Charles Heron Wall (1883)
"mouille Consonants.—"The so-called mouille" or softened nasal, and all other mouille" consonants, are produced by the addition of a final y. ..."

3. Underground Life, Or, Mines and Miners by Louis Simonin, Henry William Bristow (1869)
"Free-fall cutter.—Simplest mode of boring.—Modern improvements in boring.—Boring at mouille-longe stopped by accidental breaking of borer. ..."

4. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography by Historical Society of Pennsylvania (1885)
"Stephen mouille, b. Apr. 15, 1816, d. Aug. 9, 1847. Vol. 1" Regt. Penna., at battles of Vera Cruz and Cerro Gordo, Mexico. MILLER.—Sibilla Miller, d. Aug. ..."

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