- n. Plural form of mill.
- v. third person singular present tense of the verb to mill
“The fastest way to shut down these puppy mills is for the public to refuse to buy dogs from pet stores.”
“This way, our debates remain civil since agit-prop from disinformation mills is a legitimate part of our discourse.”
“From the ovens, the now goldenbrown cabezas are shreaded and placed in mills which extract the juices or "mosto".”
“The muslin is imported from England, woven in English mills from cotton imported from the American colonies.”
“Chasing Windmills is a cinematic daily black-and-white vlog exploring revealing and troubling moments in the life of a fictional couple.”
“In their neighborhood remains well preserved textile mills from the 19th century and an old countinghouse that monitored commerce on the ancient canals.”
“The capital in the cotton mills is 57 million dollars Chinese capital, 136 millions Japanese, and only five millions British.”
“Willingness to welcome help of Northern money in Southern mills was a test of earnestness in the new program, the characteristic mark of conquest over hurtful pride and estranging rancor.”
“Of course, it must be remembered that the number of all employes in Southern mills was greatly increasing after 1880.”
“Of operatives proper in Southern mills, the census of 1870 showed that women comprised 41.2 per cent.”
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Several of these words may seem misspelled. I copied them that way from the primary source in which I found the list: Salem Gazette, Thursday, Nov. 29, 1781.
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