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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of mull.

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Examples

  • A fancy German word for what we know as mulled wine, "gl ü hwein" translates, literally, to "glow wine."

    A Wine With Spirit

  • Zite whose name is a play on the word zeitgeist mulled various offers and decided the CNN deal made the most sense, for money and growth.

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  • I also made hot, mulled wine for the adults and got a little "mulled" myself.

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  • In fact, most wine-drinking cultures have some kind of mulled wine tradition, so I don't wonder whether this recipe started with the need to do something with unsatisfactory vino.

    Miss Ginsu

  • Traditional festive sweets, such as mulled wine, cocoa and imbuljuta, were also available.

    timesofmalta.com

  • Set out a limited spread of food and perhaps a few seasonal drinks (such as mulled cider and Oktoberfest beer).

    The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal:Today's Headlines

  • Set out a limited spread of food and perhaps a few seasonal drinks (such as mulled cider and Oktoberfest beer).

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  • In the winter, the owners set up a German Christmas market, drawing people for mulled wine and sausage.

    German Breweries Have a Second Round

  • On the downside, Barclays fell 3.8% as investors mulled the significance of Goldman's earnings disappointment.

    U.S. Earnings, ASML Sour Mood in Europe

  • I mulled this over on the seven-hour car journey to the care home with my wife Ann.

    In the end, isn't home where the heart is?

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