/ (ˌmʌlɪnˈɡɑː) /

  1. a town in N central Republic of Ireland, the county town of Co Westmeath; site of cathedral; cattle raised. Pop: 15 621 (2002)

Words Nearby Mullingar

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How to use Mullingar in a sentence

  • Then you must send them on to Westmeath; I suppose the Mullingar butchers won't boycott you?

    The Landleaguers | Anthony Trollope
  • When a woman has very thick legs, thick almost down to the feet, she is 'like a Mullingar heifer, beef to the heels.'

  • Ginckle's first attack was directed against the village of Ballymore, which lay between Mullingar and Athlone.

    Orange and Green | G. A. Henty
  • If you would go by rail from Westport to Sligo, you must first go east to Mullingar.

    Ireland as It Is | Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
  • It was deemed expedient that four companies, including the recruits, be sent to Mullingar.

    A Soldier's Life | Edwin G. Rundle