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That spongy organ between your eyes and your spectacular mullet is strong.
The mullet was also memorialized on Stillwater’s Eskimo Joe’s restaurant.
The deckhand in the bow sat placidly, watching for the 20-foot-high breaking surf, his feet soaking in the makeshift livewell ahead of the first bench seat, a couple dozen mullet cruising around his ankles.
On the ground floor, there’s a stylish lobby with a lounge, bar, and a two-wing restaurant that serves up three meals a day with such memorable dishes as la planche sea bass with nectarines and almonds and black mullet with passion fruit.
Flounder are good along the drop-offs in the channel on Gulps and finger mullet.
And Lucas and the new girl, Max ( Sadie Sink ), whose vicious brother, Billy ( Dacre Montgomery ), sports the worst mullet in history.
The daughter of Aucilla River mullet fisher folk, Ms. Wood is prepping her 11-year-old daughter for a new era of big storms, teaching her how to identify safe places to shelter.
Blake Shelton shared on old photo of the two of them performing together that dates back to Shelton’s mullet days.
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Origin and Etymology of mullet
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
MULLET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mullet for English Language Learners
: a type of fish that lives in the ocean and is often eaten as food
: a hairstyle in which the hair is short on the top and sides and long in the back
MULLET Defined for Kids
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