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mauler

Line breaks: maul¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈmɔːlə
 
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Definition of mauler in English:

noun

(usually maulers) informal
A person’s hand: keep your rotten maulers off my things!
More example sentences
  • Knock the chicken down into pieces, blitz all the other ingredients together, then, making sure your maulers are perfectly clean, give the marinade a good rub over all the chicken.
  • They can't keep their maulers off me; they think they're entitled.

Words that rhyme with mauler

brawler, caller, crawler, drawler, faller, forestaller, hauler, installer, Paula, stonewaller, trawler

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