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Definition of Mulish

  • Like a mule; sullen; stubborn.

How to use mulish in a sentence. Mulish pronunciation.

Since February last, I have been sauntering about in Devonshire, in Chelsea, hither, thither; idle as a dry bone, in fact, a creature sinking into deeper and deeper _collapse,_ after twelve years of such mulish pulling and pushing; creature now good for nothing seemingly, and much indifferent to being so in permanence, if that be the arrangement come upon by the Powers that made us.
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The answer was that a woman is (sometimes) more mulish than a mule.
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This mulish blindness puzzled the boy, and when he grew up, he opened the eyes, and illumined by his work and his example the dreary-hearted who wasted their opportunities, not seeing the number of beautiful things which made the world into a royal pleasance.
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And thus, as his mulish obstinacy kept him so ignorant, so his ignorance in turn increased his obstinacy.
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The mulish, obstinate, and proud man never says, I don't know.
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Till when long enough time has elapsed you find him all the obstinate and mulish man he ever was.
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If Spain was a quick-thinking nation and was not stultified by a mulish obstinacy for which the word 'pride' is a euphemism, or if the President could hypnotize the country for six months, all would be well, but I do not look for a miracle.
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Thar're two kind of women in this world, the mulish and the pulish, an' when it comes to a man's taking his pick between 'em, the Lord help him.
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Halicarnassus is absurd and mulish in many things, but he knows I will not be hampered with him when I am shopping, and he obeys the smallest hint, and stops outside.
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VI Benda could have sketched Daniel’s face in the darkness: the round forehead, the little nose, pointed and mulish, the rigidly pinched lips, the angular musician’s chin, and the deep dimples in his cheeks.
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Most mulish man I ever saw.
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Sir Richmond considered something mulish in the doctor's averted face.
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The long ears caused her to look mulish, but it was only in appearance; she was a pure mustang when you examined her attentively.
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Examples of Mulish

Example #1
I was not at first very lucky (lost sleep, &c.); but am now doing better, pretty much got adjusted to my new element, new to me since about six years past,-the longest absence I ever had from it before.
Example #2
This is my eldest living sister's house; one of the most rustic Farmhouses in the world, but abounding in all that is needful to me, especially in the truest, _silently_-active affection, the humble generosity of which is itself medicine and balm.
Example #3
Please observe that I did not like the poor pun very well, and thought it rather rude and inelegant.
Example #4
Mulier, Latin for woman; why apply that name to one of the gentle but occasionally obstinate sex?
Example #5
With tuneful words he persuaded those who plodded with dusty feet along the high-road to pause for a while and saunter among the greener fields of earth, and through the stimulating courage that shone through every chapter he wrote, he, like his sires, "the ready and the strong of word," has, by his works, left lights to shine upon the paths of men.
Example #6
He marvelled, on his way through the Pilgrim's Progress, why the man with the muck-rake grovelled in straws and dust, and never looked up to the glittering crown held out for his acceptance.