Definition of Moulins

1. Noun. (plural of moulin) ¹



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Definition of Moulins

1. moulin [n] - See also: moulin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moulins

moulders
mouldier
mouldiest
mouldily
mouldiness
moulding
mouldings
mouldlike
moulds
mouldwarp
mouldwarps
mouldy
moulinet
moulinets
moulins (current term)
mouls
moult
moulted
moulten
moulter
moulters
moulting
moultings
moults
moun
mounanaite
mounch
mounched
mounching

Literary usage of Moulins

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1. The Cambridge Modern History by Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero (1907)
"Meanwhile about 3 pm Gohier and moulins arrived in the Tuileries, ... If he moves I will have him shot" moulins replied that Santerre was no relation of his ..."

2. The Works of Tennyson by Alfred Tennyson Tennyson, Hallam Tennyson Tennyson (1905)
"Early in the following year a great Assembly was held at moulins-sur-Allier, which was attended by most of the chief nobles, and by representatives of the ..."

3. Coryat's Crudities: Hastily Gobled Up in Five Moneths Travells in France by Thomas Coryate, George Coryate (1905)
"The only thing that I observed betwixt Nevers and moulins, was a goodly iaire pitched ... I went from moulins about three of the clocke in the afternoone, ..."

4. Cathedral Cities of France by Herbert Menzies Marshall (1907)
"In the fourteenth century the dukes of Bourbon made moulins their residence, and stayed there until the desertion of the Constable to the cause of Charles ..."

5. The Journals of Washington Irving (hitherto Unpublished) by Washington Irving (1919)
"From the hills in this and the Nivernais are fine, fertile views — arrive at ten at night at moulins. Friday, 24th. — All day at moulins — visit tomb of ..."

6. Northern France from Belgium and the English Channel to the Loire, Excluding by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1899)
"From Clamecy (Auxerre) to Paray-le-Monial (moulins;. 98 M. RAILWAY in 8 hrs. (fares 17 fr. ... To moulins, 102 M., railway in 92/з hre. Clamecy, see p. 382. ..."

7. The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy by Ordericus Vitalis, Léopold Delisle, Guizot (François) (1854)
"Although he possesses the gift of eloquence, he is slow in action, and is more successful with his tongue than with his lance.3 1 The inhabitants of moulins ..."

8. The Cambridge Modern History by Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero (1907)
"Meanwhile about 3 pm Gohier and moulins arrived in the Tuileries, ... If he moves I will have him shot" moulins replied that Santerre was no relation of his ..."

9. The Works of Tennyson by Alfred Tennyson Tennyson, Hallam Tennyson Tennyson (1905)
"Early in the following year a great Assembly was held at moulins-sur-Allier, which was attended by most of the chief nobles, and by representatives of the ..."

10. Coryat's Crudities: Hastily Gobled Up in Five Moneths Travells in France by Thomas Coryate, George Coryate (1905)
"The only thing that I observed betwixt Nevers and moulins, was a goodly iaire pitched ... I went from moulins about three of the clocke in the afternoone, ..."

11. Cathedral Cities of France by Herbert Menzies Marshall (1907)
"In the fourteenth century the dukes of Bourbon made moulins their residence, and stayed there until the desertion of the Constable to the cause of Charles ..."

12. The Journals of Washington Irving (hitherto Unpublished) by Washington Irving (1919)
"From the hills in this and the Nivernais are fine, fertile views — arrive at ten at night at moulins. Friday, 24th. — All day at moulins — visit tomb of ..."

13. Northern France from Belgium and the English Channel to the Loire, Excluding by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1899)
"From Clamecy (Auxerre) to Paray-le-Monial (moulins;. 98 M. RAILWAY in 8 hrs. (fares 17 fr. ... To moulins, 102 M., railway in 92/з hre. Clamecy, see p. 382. ..."

14. The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy by Ordericus Vitalis, Léopold Delisle, Guizot (François) (1854)
"Although he possesses the gift of eloquence, he is slow in action, and is more successful with his tongue than with his lance.3 1 The inhabitants of moulins ..."

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