noun Scot. and North England.
Origin of mool
Examples from the Web for mool
The round flat edge, Mr. Mool; the upper petals perfectly uniform—there is a flower that defies criticism!
A clerk presented to him a slip of paper, with a line written by Mr. Mool: "Is it anything of importance?"
Under any other circumstances Mr. Mool would have accepted the correction.
Meanwhile, Mr. Mool turned over a page of the Will, and arrived at the clauses relating to Carmina and her guardian.
Mr. Mool made his apologies for not getting sooner to the point, with the readiest good-will.