“The new collection also includes 'mulmul' fabric kurtas in attractive shades and embroidery works.”
“His kurtas and dhotis were the finest mulmul in summer and tussar in winter – both traditionally woven too, he reasoned.”
“The Italian look is sexier -- bikini tops and shorts with mulmul tops.”
“A change of vowels or a doubling of a consonant is also not infrequent, thus giving English kunkur ` variety of limestone 'in lieu of kankar, mulmul ` muslin' in lieu of malmal, muggar ` kind of crocodile 'in lieu of magar.”
“Other examples of the same phenomenon include: chokey ` customs station 'and chowk ` marketplace,' from cauki ` marketplace '; mulmul (see above) and mull ` soft thin muslin,' from malmal (see above); pandit ` scholar; man held in high respect 'and pundit ` very learned; authoritative commentator,' from pandit ` wise, learned '; and numdah ` thick felt rug' and numnah”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘mulmul’.
Words with each letter repeated the same number of times. The pattern of repetition is tagged: 1212, 1221, 121122, 122121, 121233, 122133, 123123, 123132, 123213, 123231, 123312, 123321, 12123434, ...
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