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Meanings of Mulattoism:

noun

The interbreeding or sexual union of whites and non-whites resulting in the birth of mulattos. in later use also: the racial, social, and cultural mix resulting from such interbreeding; multiculturalism.

Mulattos

m(j)uːˈlatəʊ

Meanings of Mulattos:

noun

A person of mixed white and black ancestry, especially a person with one white and one black parent.

Meanings of Mulattress:

noun

A woman with one black and one white parent; = mulatta .

Mulberries

ˈmʌl.bər.i

Meanings of Mulberries:

noun

A small deciduous tree with broad leaves, native to east asia and long cultivated elsewhere.

Usage examples:

In summertime the ferris hills were a-thrive with greenery; even now, when the sky was bleak, the v…

Mulberry

ˈmʌl.bər.i

Meanings of Mulberry:

noun

A small deciduous tree with broad leaves, native to east asia and long cultivated elsewhere.

Usage examples:

In summertime the ferris hills were a-thrive with greenery; even now, when the sky was bleak, the v…

Mulch

mʌltʃ

Meanings of Mulch:

noun

Material (such as decaying leaves, bark, or compost) spread around or over a plant to enrich or insulate the soil.

Usage examples:

Cover with shredded bark mulch, straw, hay or evergreen boughs to protect them over the winter.
verb

Treat or cover with mulch.

Usage examples:

The perennials have been cut back and mulched

Meanings of Mulched:

verb

Treat or cover with mulch.

Usage examples:

The perennials have been cut back and mulched
noun

Material (such as decaying leaves, bark, or compost) spread around or over a plant to enrich or insulate the soil.

Usage examples:

Cover with shredded bark mulch, straw, hay or evergreen boughs to protect them over the winter.

Meanings of Mulcher:

noun

A machine which reduces plant material, etc., to the consistency of mulch; especially one that shreds plant clippings, etc., for use as mulch.

Meanings of Mulches:

noun

Material (such as decaying leaves, bark, or compost) spread around or over a plant to enrich or insulate the soil.

Usage examples:

Cover with shredded bark mulch, straw, hay or evergreen boughs to protect them over the winter.
verb

Treat or cover with mulch.

Usage examples:

The perennials have been cut back and mulched

Meanings of Mulct:

verb

Extract money from (someone) by fine or taxation.

Usage examples:

They have turned mulcting taxpayers into an art form
noun

A fine or compulsory payment.

Usage examples:

The punishments and penalty for first offense could include a jailhouse term of up to one twelvemon…

Meanings of Mulctable:

adjective

That can be subjected to a mulct.

Meanings of Mulcted:

verb

Extract money from (someone) by fine or taxation.

Usage examples:

They have turned mulcting taxpayers into an art form
noun

A fine or compulsory payment.

Usage examples:

The punishments and penalty for first offense could include a jailhouse term of up to one twelvemon…

Mulcting

mʌlkt

Meanings of Mulcting:

verb

Extract money from (someone) by fine or taxation.

Usage examples:

They have turned mulcting taxpayers into an art form
noun

A fine or compulsory payment.

Usage examples:

The punishments and penalty for first offense could include a jailhouse term of up to one twelvemon…

Mulcts

mʌlkt

Meanings of Mulcts:

verb

Extract money from (someone) by fine or taxation.

Usage examples:

They have turned mulcting taxpayers into an art form
noun

A fine or compulsory payment.

Usage examples:

The punishments and penalty for first offense could include a jailhouse term of up to one twelvemon…

Meanings of Mulctuary:

adjective

That punishes by a fine.

Meanings of Mule:

noun

The offspring of a donkey and a horse (strictly, a male donkey and a female horse), typically sterile and used as a beast of burden.

Usage examples:

The israelites used various beasts of burden - mules, horses, camels and oxen.

Meanings of Muleback:

noun

In "on (also by,etc.) muleback": mounted or loaded on the back of a mule or mules.

Meanings of Muled:

adjective

Of a coin: having the obverse and reverse produced by dies not originally intended for use on the same coin.

Meanings of Mules:

noun

The offspring of a donkey and a horse (strictly, a male donkey and a female horse), typically sterile and used as a beast of burden.

Usage examples:

The israelites used various beasts of burden - mules, horses, camels and oxen.

Meanings of Muleta:

noun

A red cloth fixed to a stick, brandished by a matador during a bullfight.

Usage examples:

Using banderillas and the muleta, his performances with both are varied, as are his movements with …

Muletas

məˈleɪtə

Meanings of Muletas:

noun

A red cloth fixed to a stick, brandished by a matador during a bullfight.

Usage examples:

Using banderillas and the muleta, his performances with both are varied, as are his movements with …

Muleteer

ˌmjuːlɪˈtɪə

Meanings of Muleteer:

noun

A person who drives mules.

Usage examples:

The cost for a week of trekking in the park for two hikers - plus a scout, a guide, a muleteer, and…

Meanings of Muleteers:

noun

A person who drives mules.

Usage examples:

The cost for a week of trekking in the park for two hikers - plus a scout, a guide, a muleteer, and…

Muley

ˈmjuː.li

Meanings of Muley:

adjective

(of cattle) hornless.

Usage examples:

You big boys seem to be like the muley cows in oklahoma, who do not like to hook horns because mule…
noun

A mule deer.

Usage examples:

Even when they are relatively young, however, whitetails and muleys are much larger than coyotes; t…

Muleys

ˈmjuː.li

Meanings of Muleys:

noun

A mule deer.

Usage examples:

Even when they are relatively young, however, whitetails and muleys are much larger than coyotes; t…
adjective

(of cattle) hornless.

Usage examples:

You big boys seem to be like the muley cows in oklahoma, who do not like to hook horns because mule…

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