Definition of Mulsh

1. to pack with loose material [v -ED, -ING, -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mulsh

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

Literary usage of Mulsh

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1. Mary's Garden and how it Grew by Frances Duncan (1904)
""mulsh is a covering," she said. "Sometimes when it is very hot, Eleanor, I have just a sheet over me at night; sometimes a blanket, ..."

2. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"To mulsh the roots of trees, is to lay about them straw or other litter, softened or saturated with liquid ; also—to soften or saturate the earth itself. ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"mulsh, s. long litter, put round plants and delicate trees and shrubs, to keep the frost out. L. Scarcely local. ..."

4. A Glossary of Words Used in the County of Chester by Robert Holland (1886)
"mulsh, s. long litter, put round plants and delicate trees and shrubs, to keep the frost out. L. Scarcely local. ..."

5. A Glossary of Words Used in the Dialect of Cheshire by Egerton Leigh (1877)
"L. mulsh, s.—Long litter, put round plants and delicate trees and shrubs, to keep the frost out. L. MUN, s.—The mouth. Sued. ///////. w. MUN, v. ..."

6. Dictionary of Hard Words by Robert Morris Pierce (1910)
"... (also, and in Britain normally) mAi$. mulch v. cover with mulch or half-rotten straw [synony- mous cognate mulsh; past participle and preterit mulched, ..."

7. Mary's Garden and how it Grew by Frances Duncan (1904)
""mulsh is a covering," she said. "Sometimes when it is very hot, Eleanor, I have just a sheet over me at night; sometimes a blanket, ..."

8. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"To mulsh the roots of trees, is to lay about them straw or other litter, softened or saturated with liquid ; also—to soften or saturate the earth itself. ..."

9. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"mulsh, s. long litter, put round plants and delicate trees and shrubs, to keep the frost out. L. Scarcely local. ..."

10. A Glossary of Words Used in the County of Chester by Robert Holland (1886)
"mulsh, s. long litter, put round plants and delicate trees and shrubs, to keep the frost out. L. Scarcely local. ..."

11. A Glossary of Words Used in the Dialect of Cheshire by Egerton Leigh (1877)
"L. mulsh, s.—Long litter, put round plants and delicate trees and shrubs, to keep the frost out. L. MUN, s.—The mouth. Sued. ///////. w. MUN, v. ..."

12. Dictionary of Hard Words by Robert Morris Pierce (1910)
"... (also, and in Britain normally) mAi$. mulch v. cover with mulch or half-rotten straw [synony- mous cognate mulsh; past participle and preterit mulched, ..."

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