American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having no horns: muley cattle.
- n. An animal without horns, especially a cow.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- adj. Without horns.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Sawmills) A stiff, long saw, guided at the ends but not stretched in a gate.
- n. See mulley.
- From Irish Gaelic maol (from Old Irish mael) or from Welsh moel, bald, hornless. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“A mountain muley with a a recurve is about as dream hunt as it gets.”
“This time I led to the altar a buffalo cow, as they call the "muley" down South, -- a large, spotted, creamy-skinned cow, with a fine udder, that I persuaded a Jew drover to part with for ninety dollars.”
“I also want to make a trip for coues and desert muley.”
“I scoped her and noted how odd it was to see a muley so low that early in the year.”
“Yes | No | Report from jamesti wrote 5 days 12 hours ago muley, if they don't get hunted, they will be eating people including crawling in their stands. can we sell tickets to have Bella wrestle a couple of these?”
“The muley bucks are distant and elusive and the antelope don't stop running until season is over.”
“I love the pic of the muley stickin his head out of the tall shrub.”
“It has also opened doors to different hunting than the elk and muley hunting in Colorado.”
“On the other hand, If I was planning an open country muley stalk or something of the like, I would go for Clay's setup.”
“I hear lots of interesting talk of "hunting" them but nine times out of ten, that will be a muley you never see again if you don't plant him quick.”
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but now they're not because I looked them up. In cases of polysemy or homography, *of course* it was the oddest meaning that stumped me. ;)
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