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muleteer

[ myoo-luh-teer ]

noun

  1. a driver of mules. mule.


muleteer

/ ˌmjuːlɪˈtɪə /

noun

  1. a person who drives mules


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Word History and Origins

Origin of muleteer1

1530–40; < Middle French muletier, equivalent to mulet ( mule 1, -et ) + -ier -ier 2; -eer
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Example Sentences

At this moment the tinkling of a mule's bells, mingled with the song of the muleteer, came on the air.

The conversation with the muleteer had been, thus far, carried on in Spanish—which Ernest spoke fairly enough.

The wealth, which Ripperda deemed necessary for his expedition, was sewed into various parts of their muleteer garments.

Ripperda roused himself from his portentous trance, and arrayed his noble figure in the rugged habiliments of the muleteer.

The light Italian looked what he assumed; a brisk, active muleteer, full of life and merriment.

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