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mool

[ mool ]

noun

, Scot. and North England.
  1. soft, crumbly soil rich in mold or humus.
  2. earth from or for a grave.
  3. a grave.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of mool1

First recorded in 1570–80; variant of mold 3

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Example Sentences

Meanwhile, Mr. Mool turned over a page of the Will, and arrived at the clauses relating to Carmina and her guardian.

Having answered in these terms, Mr. Mool began to fold up the Will—and suddenly stopped.

Mrs. Gallilee made her appearance in the library—and Mr. Mool's pulse accelerated its beat.

Mr. Mool made his apologies for not getting sooner to the point, with the readiest good-will.

Mrs. Gallilee's son followed her into the room—and Mr. Mool's pulse steadied itself again.

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