mull

Late 18th and early 19th-century Scottish ornamental snuffbox, often with a decorated lid. Mulls were generally made of horn, ivory, shell or similar material with silver or pewter mounts, although some examples are made entirely of metal. A large type of mull was intended for passing around the dinner table. Some of these are made from a complete …...

Mull

Slowly heating wine, juices or cider with spices, citrus and sugar.
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Mull

[n] - a term used in Scottish names of promontories 2. [n] - an island in western Scotland in the Inner Hebrides 3. [v] - heat with sugar and spices to make a hot drink
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Mull

A specific type of glue used for books binding and personal pads needing strength.
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Mull

Mull (mŭl) noun [ Perh. contr. from mossul . See Muslin .] A thin, soft kind of muslin.
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Mull

Mull noun [ Icelandic mūli a snout, muzzle, projecting crag; or confer Ir. & Gael. meall a heap of earth, a mound, a hill or eminence, W. moel . Confer Mouth .] 1. A promontory; as, the Mull of Cantyre. [ Scot.] 2. A snuffbox made of the small...
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Mull

Mull transitive verb [ Middle English mullen . See 2d Muller .] To powder; to pulverize. [ Prov. Eng.]
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Mull

Mull intransitive verb To work (over) mentally; to cogitate; to ruminate; -- usually with over ; as, to mull over a thought or a problem. [ Colloq. U.S.]
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Mull

noun an island in western Scotland in the Inner Hebrides
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Mull

• (v. t.) To heat, sweeten, and enrich with spices; as, to mull wine. • (v. i.) To work (over) mentally; to cogitate; to ruminate; -- usually with over; as, to mull over a thought or a problem. • (v. t.) To powder; to pulverize. • (n.) An inferior kind of madder prepared from the smaller roots or the peelings and refuse of the l...
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mull

(from the article `humus`) A mull-humus formation is characteristic of hardwood forests, deciduous forests, or grasslands in warm, humid climates. The porous, crumbly humus ... The soils upon which deciduous forests thrive are gray-brown and brown podzols. They are slightly acidic and have a granular humus layer known as ... ...gener...
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Mull

second largest island of the Inner Hebrides group, in the Argyll and Bute council area, historic county of Argyllshire, Scotland. Mull lies off the ... [1 related articles]
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Mull

[geographical term] Mull is an Anglicization of the Gaelic Maol, a term for a rounded hill, summit, or mountain, bare of trees (it has also been used, in Gaelic, to refer to a forehead, or to a shaved head). As an adjective, the word is used to indicate something which is bare, dull, or bald. In Scotland, the term is most commonly used in t...
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Mull

To slowly heat wine or cider with spices and sugar.
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Mull

Mull, island, 351 sq mi (909 sq km), Argyll and Bute, NW Scotland, largest island of the Inner Hebrides, separated from the mainland by the Sound of Mull and the Firth of Lorn. The land is mountainous, rising from the deeply indented coast line to 3,169 ft (966 m) at Ben More. Mull has gardens and f...
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Mull

Second-largest island of the Inner Hebrides, Argyll and Bute, Scotland; area 950 sq km/367 sq mi; population (2001) 2,700. It is mountainous, and is separated from the mainland by the Sound of Mull and the Firth of Lorne; it lies 11 km/7 mi west of Oban. The main town is Tobermory, from which there are ferry connections to O...
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Mull

a finely ground powder dispersed in an oil for IR spectroscopy.
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Mull

A warm drink containing wine, sugar, spices, and possibly a liquor. Also a verb meaning to warm, spi
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Mull

Coarse muslin glue placed on the back of book or pads for strengthening.
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mull

soft fine sheer cotton or silk fabric
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mull

to moisten leather to make it more supple
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mull

reflect deeply on a subject
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