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mule train

noun
1.
a line of pack mules or a line of wagons drawn by mules.
Origin of mule train
1840-1850
1840-50, Americanism
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  • Just before the conflict the Greeks met a mule train laden with selinon, or wild celery, the plant used at funerals.

    Vistas in Sicily Arthur Stanley Riggs
  • Came in on the mule train this morning: says he can do the work and wants the job.

    Frenzied Fiction Stephen Leacock
  • The stout Abbot and his jolly monks, us setting off afoot with a mule train, the prayer delivered over us as we start.

  • Early next morning our train was on the road, and the mule train, at the generals suggestion, fell in and kept company.

    Then and Now Robert Vaughn
  • A mule train was to start a week after Simpson's lightning bulls began their westward course.

    An Autobiography of Buffalo Bill (Colonel W. F. Cody) Buffalo Bill (William Frederick Cody)
  • A picked bull train, he allowed, could beat a mule train all hollow on a long haul.

    An Autobiography of Buffalo Bill (Colonel W. F. Cody) Buffalo Bill (William Frederick Cody)
  • You must wait for five full moons, if you wish to catch a mule train.

  • It is easy to-day, but Smith had no map, no trail, no transportation save that of the horse and mule train.

    The Way to the West Emerson Hough
  • He was to find out on what night, and at what hour, the mule train set out with its precious burden for Nombre de Dios.

  • The mule train, with extra ammunition, charged toward the front, still led by the tinkling bell-mare.

    Wounds in the rain Stephen Crane

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