Recent Examples of mullet from the Web
His power comes from a loaded roster, not an epic mullet.
Schultz said mullet, pogies and ballyhoo were all holding in the area.
So should the Traveling Jagrs _ a group of folks who dress up in Jagr jerseys from his various teams and wear wigs with his trademark mullet _ make a trip or two to Philadelphia this year?
So does an autographed photo of Travis Tritt, his mullet forever frozen at Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof length.
Bratt has shoulder pads and a long, mullet-style hairdo with an ungainly bald patch, and his favorite toy is a Rubik’s cube.
Marco Etcheverry, midfielder Team: D.C. United (1996-2003) Etcheverry was one of the elite players in the early years of MLS, and the mullet-haired midfield maestro helped lead D.C. United to three MLS Cup titles with style.
Hoffman, who at some point over the past couple of years cut his mullet, was 2-under on the tournament Saturday through 12 holes.
Early this month, McNamara, who entered the league with a mullet and became recognizable (and renowned) for his long locks, cut his hair short, to the consternation of both fans and teammates.
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Origin and Etymology of mullet
Middle English molet, from Anglo-French mulet, from Latin mullus red mullet, from Greek myllos
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
Definition of mullet for Students
: any of various chiefly saltwater fishes some mostly gray (gray mullets) and others red or golden (red mullets) that are often used as food
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