There are 2 definitions of muley in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈmjuːli
 
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adjective

chiefly US
(Of cattle) hornless.
More example sentences
  • You big boys seem to be like the muley cows in Oklahoma, who do not like to hook horns because muley cows by definition don't have horns.
  • The Jr. Boys will rope muley steers or calves at all rodeos; no roping steers will be used.
  • In one of the most entertaining events of the weekend, 20 two-man teams joined forces to rope and tie muley cattle weighing 600+ lb.

Origin

late 16th century (as noun): perhaps from Irish maol or Welsh moel, literally 'bald', used in the sense 'hornless cow'. The adjective dates from the mid 19th century.

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There are 2 definitions of muley in English:

muley2

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Pronunciation: /ˈmjuːli
 
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(also mulie)

noun (plural muleys or mulies)

US informal
A mule deer.
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  • Even when they are relatively young, however, whitetails and muleys are much larger than coyotes; their hooves are dangerous, often fatal, to coyotes that overstep predatory bounds.
  • A small herd of muleys, both bucks and does, were hopping over the sage, making their way down a valley just outside of our camp.
  • We mainly hunt muleys and they are rather large compared to the whitetails I have seen.

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