Definition of Mulligatawnies

1. Noun. (plural of mulligatawny) ¹



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Definition of Mulligatawnies

1. mulligatawny [n] - See also: mulligatawny

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mulligatawnies

mullerian inhibiting substance
mullerian regression factor
mullering
mullers
mullet
mulleted
mulletheaded
mulletlike
mullets
mulley
mulleys
mulligan
mulligan stew
mulligan stews
mulligans
mulligatawnies (current term)
mulligatawny
mulligrubs
mulling
mullingong
mulliod
mullioned
mullioning
mullions
mullite
mullites
mullock
mullocks
mullocky

Literary usage of Mulligatawnies

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1. The Rowing calendar and aquatic register, ed. by 'Argonaut'. edited by Edwin Dampier Brickwood (1868)
"FOUR-OARED RACE ; H mile, mulligatawnies : Lieut. Merriman, Capt. ... The start was by pistol, and at the quarter of a mile the mulligatawnies had just ..."

2. Siam: The Land of the White Elephant, as it was and is by George Blagden Bacon (1892)
"This curcuma or Indian saffron is known to be the coloring matter in the curries, mulligatawnies and ..."

3. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by Charles Anderson Dana (1873)
"The al- Immen in this form may be eaten, and is cooked in various ways, always forming an important ingredient of genuine curries and mulligatawnies. ..."

4. The Rowing calendar and aquatic register, ed. by 'Argonaut'. edited by Edwin Dampier Brickwood (1868)
"FOUR-OARED RACE ; H mile, mulligatawnies : Lieut. Merriman, Capt. ... The start was by pistol, and at the quarter of a mile the mulligatawnies had just ..."

5. Siam: The Land of the White Elephant, as it was and is by George Blagden Bacon (1892)
"This curcuma or Indian saffron is known to be the coloring matter in the curries, mulligatawnies and ..."

6. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by Charles Anderson Dana (1873)
"The al- Immen in this form may be eaten, and is cooked in various ways, always forming an important ingredient of genuine curries and mulligatawnies. ..."

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