Definition of Mullarky

1. nonsense [n MULLARKIES] - See also: nonsense



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mullarky

mulishly
mulishness
mulishnesses
mull
mull over
mulla
mullagatawnies
mullagatawny
mullah
mullahcracies
mullahcracy
mullahism
mullahisms
mullahs
mullar
mullarky (current term)
mullars
mullas
mulled
mulled cider
mulled wine
mulled wines
mullein
mullein pink
mulleins
mullen
mullens
muller
mullered
mullerian

Literary usage of Mullarky

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

1. The Montreal Law Reports: Superior Court by Québec (Province). Superior Court, James Kirby (1888)
"MC mullarky, having become insolvent, subsequently, through his wife, separated as to property, offered to purchase from the curators the then " remaining ..."

2. The Fate and Fortunes of Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone, and Rory O'Donel by Charles Patrick Meehan (1870)
"... does not seem to have elicited anything of moment from father O'mullarky or ... and concluded with him that he should confer with Edmond O'mullarky, ..."

3. Plays of the Natural and the Supernatural by Theodore Dreiser (1916)
"OFFICER mullarky That ain't no merry jest, either, I guess. ... OFFICER mullarky He's a new one on me! He's nutty, ain't he ? OFFICER BROGAN Is he nutty? ..."

4. The Montreal Law Reports: Superior Court by Québec (Province). Superior Court, James Kirby (1888)
"MC mullarky, having become insolvent, subsequently, through his wife, separated as to property, offered to purchase from the curators the then " remaining ..."

5. The Fate and Fortunes of Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone, and Rory O'Donel by Charles Patrick Meehan (1870)
"... does not seem to have elicited anything of moment from father O'mullarky or ... and concluded with him that he should confer with Edmond O'mullarky, ..."

6. Plays of the Natural and the Supernatural by Theodore Dreiser (1916)
"OFFICER mullarky That ain't no merry jest, either, I guess. ... OFFICER mullarky He's a new one on me! He's nutty, ain't he ? OFFICER BROGAN Is he nutty? ..."

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