Definition of Mulse

1. n. Wine boiled and mingled with honey.



Definition of Mulse

1. Noun. Wine boiled and mixed with honey. ¹

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Definition of Mulse

1. a drink of honey with wine or water [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mulse

mullite
mullites
mullock
mullocks
mullocky
mulloid
mulloway
mulloways
mulls
mulmul
mulmull
mulmulls
mulmuls
mulo
mulse (current term)
mulses
mulsh
mulshed
mulshes
mulshing
multangular
multangular bone
multanimous
multarticulate
multeity
multi-
multi-CSF
multi-addiction
multi-addictions

Literary usage of Mulse

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1. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"... At set of sun, when fallen the sacred light; Beneath those flocks and herds now of shire stars, Leaned on their elbows ; drinking mulse and milk, ..."

2. A Translation of the Eight Books of Aul. Corn. Celsus on Medicine by Aulus Cornelius Celsus (1831)
"But if the testicles have become indurated, one ought to apply linseed or fenugreek seed boiled in mulse, or the cerate prepared with cypress oil; ..."

3. A Translation of the Eight Books by Aulus Cornelius Celsus, Leonardo Targa, G. F. Collier (1840)
"When the induration is of a more chronic character, the most serviceable application is the root of wild cucumber boiled in mulse, and afterwards bruised. ..."

4. The Institutes of Justinian by Member of the New-York bar (1852)
"But, if a man makes any species, partly with his own, and partly with the materials of another: as, if he should make mulse with his own wine, and another's ..."

5. Ruling Case Law as Developed and Established by the Decisions and by William Mark McKinney (1914)
"mulse be separated into wine and 454, 19 Am. Dee. ... he should make mulse with his own 430 et seq. note. gold of which it is made; but wine, 26 Am. Rep. ..."

6. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"... At set of sun, when fallen the sacred light; Beneath those flocks and herds now of shire stars, Leaned on their elbows ; drinking mulse and milk, ..."

7. A Translation of the Eight Books of Aul. Corn. Celsus on Medicine by Aulus Cornelius Celsus (1831)
"But if the testicles have become indurated, one ought to apply linseed or fenugreek seed boiled in mulse, or the cerate prepared with cypress oil; ..."

8. A Translation of the Eight Books by Aulus Cornelius Celsus, Leonardo Targa, G. F. Collier (1840)
"When the induration is of a more chronic character, the most serviceable application is the root of wild cucumber boiled in mulse, and afterwards bruised. ..."

9. The Institutes of Justinian by Member of the New-York bar (1852)
"But, if a man makes any species, partly with his own, and partly with the materials of another: as, if he should make mulse with his own wine, and another's ..."

10. Ruling Case Law as Developed and Established by the Decisions and by William Mark McKinney (1914)
"mulse be separated into wine and 454, 19 Am. Dee. ... he should make mulse with his own 430 et seq. note. gold of which it is made; but wine, 26 Am. Rep. ..."

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