• Definition for "mull"
    • To warm and spice (wine, as an example).
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mull definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To warm and spice (wine, as an example).
    • go over thoroughly when you look at the head; ponder.
    • To powder; to pulverize.
    • To warm, sweeten, and enrich with spices.
    • To dispirit or deaden; to lifeless or dull.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To ruminate; ponder: mull over a plan.
    • working (over) mentally; to cogitate; to ruminate; -- often with more than.
  • noun:
    • A soft thin muslin used in outfits and trimmings.
    • A thin, soft muslin.
    • Marijuana that's been sliced to organize it for smoking.
    • A stew of meat (chicken, goat, dove, pork, etc.), broth, milk, butter, vegetables, and seasonings, thickened with soda crackers.
    • The gauze utilized in bookbinding to adhere a text block to a novel's address.
    • A thin, smooth sort of muslin.
    • A promontory.
    • A snuffbox manufactured from the small end of a horn.
    • Dirt; trash.
    • a substandard kind of madder ready from smaller roots and/or peelings and refuse of larger.
    • Dust; rubbish; soil.
    • Soft, crumbling soil.
    • [⟨ mull, verb, 3.] A muddle; a mess; a failure: placed on anything that is included or perplexed through mismanagement.
    • A cape or promontory: as, the mull of Galloway; the mull of Kintyre.
    • A dialectal (Scotch) type of mill.
    • Compare muley. Satyr against Hypocrites (1689).
    • A thin, smooth sort of muslin used for clothes, trimmings, etc.: known as India mull, French mull, etc. Additionally mulmul, mullmull.
    • an island in western Scotland when you look at the internal Hebrides
    • a term found in Scottish brands of promontories
  • verb:
    • working (over) psychologically; to cogitate; to ruminate; often with over.
    • To chop cannabis such that it becomes a smokable form.
    • To heat up and spice some thing, eg wine.
    • To join two or more individual house windows at mullions.
    • To dull or stupefy
    • reflect deeply on a subject
    • temperature with sugar and herbs to create a hot drink
  • others:
    • to lessen to dirt; break right into little pieces; crumb.
    • To scrub, squeeze, or bruise.
    • To confuse; mix-up; muddle; make a mess of.
    • To warm and spice for drinking, as ale, wine, or even the want; particularly, to create into a warm beverage, sweetened and spiced.
    • To boil or stew.
    • To blend; bustle; make a stir.
    • working continuously at any such thing without making much progress; toil steadily and achieve bit; moil.
    • To rain lightly.
    • In fabric manufacturing, to soften.
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