Mul"let, n. [Cf. F. molet a sort of pinchers.] Small pinchers for curling the hair. [Obs.] B. Jonson.
Mool"ley}, n. [CF. Gael. maolag a hornless cow, maol bald, hornless, blunt.] 1. A mulley or polled animal. [U. S.]
2. A cow.
[Prov. Eng.; U.S., a child's word.]
Leave milking and dry up old mulley, thy cow.Tusser.
Mool"ley}, a. Destitute of horns, although belonging to a species of animals most of which have horns; hornless; polled; as, mulley cattle; a mulley (or moolley) cow. [U. S.]
mulligan stewn. 1. A stew made typically of meat, vegetables, and any conveniently available ingredients; also, an Irish version of burgoo.
Syn. -- Irish burgoo.
(Golf) In informal and friendly games of golf, a permission to take another stroke without counting the previous stroke against the score, when a stroke was poorly played; a free stroke; as, to take a
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