Definition of Mulmuls

1. mulmul [n] - See also: mulmul



Lexicographical Neighbors of Mulmuls

mullioning
mullions
mullite
mullites
mullock
mullocks
mullocky
mulloid
mulloway
mulloways
mulls
mulmul
mulmull
mulmulls
mulmuls (current term)
mulo
mulse
mulses
mulsh
mulshed
mulshes
mulshing
multangular
multangular bone
multanimous
multarticulate
multeity
multi-
multi-CSF

Literary usage of Mulmuls

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

1. The Good Old Days of Honorable John Company: Being Curious Reminiscences by William Carey (1906)
"... and mulmuls. A Marine Board is constituted by the following notice :— " Fort William, May 7, /7pj.—The public are hereby informed, ..."

2. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany (1820)
"... 47s. and British mulmuls only 29s. Kirpa mam- sucks 61s. and British only 33s. ; Santi- poie cloths 80s. an« British of the same quality 50s. ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1813)
"... but women of a middling class, often spin large quantities of cotton-wool into fine thread, intended to be wove into mulmuls, &c. for their own apparel: ..."

4. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1813)
"... but women of a middling class, often spin large quantities of cotton-wool into fine thread, intended to be wove into mulmuls, &c. for their own apparel: ..."

5. The Good Old Days of Honorable John Company: Being Curious Reminiscences by William Carey (1906)
"... and mulmuls. A Marine Board is constituted by the following notice :— " Fort William, May 7, /7pj.—The public are hereby informed, ..."

6. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany (1820)
"... 47s. and British mulmuls only 29s. Kirpa mam- sucks 61s. and British only 33s. ; Santi- poie cloths 80s. an« British of the same quality 50s. ..."

7. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1813)
"... but women of a middling class, often spin large quantities of cotton-wool into fine thread, intended to be wove into mulmuls, &c. for their own apparel: ..."

8. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1813)
"... but women of a middling class, often spin large quantities of cotton-wool into fine thread, intended to be wove into mulmuls, &c. for their own apparel: ..."

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