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mull over

To ponder or consider something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "mull" and "over." I need some time to mull over the options before I pick one.
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mull something over

to think about something; to ponder or worry about something. That's an interesting idea, but I'll have to mull it over. I'll mull over your suggestions and reply to you next week.
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mull over

Ponder, think about, as in She mulled over the offer for some time and then turned it down. [Late 1800s]
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BIT OF ALL LIGHT Toberymory on Mull shines bright; middle, traquil scene at the beach near Fidden Farm campsite on the isle.
Mull, however, hit back straight from the restart, the conversion was pushed wide leaving Bish with the advantage.
Mull will be the first person the Islamic Republic will go to if it isn't happy with some aspect of how the deal is being carried out.
"This Mull of Kintyre," she inquired, obviously intrigued.
With an interest in tracing the interaction between autonomous art and everyday culture in social networks, Mull befriended Chebo, Pearl, and an online group of self-styled tastemakers--kids who see no contradiction between the words brand and identity--and recorded their activities within various set-up situations in his studio.
I'm getting tired, Of my place on the Mull of Kintyre, You were hired, And thought you would stay here, But now you are fired
Mull Of Killough was always in a decent position under George Baker but was run out of the places close home.
The Estonian HC classification was elaborated in the second half of the 1980s (Kolli, 1985, 1992), or 100 years after the beginning of the pioneering research on forest humus by Muller (1887) and the adoption of the term mull. A schema of the classification of the Estonian HC types is presented in Fig.
ADMITTEDLY a rather long drive from Newcastle, although you do get the chance to come within touching distance of the magical Loch Lomond, the Isle of Mull is perhaps the most easily accessible of the Inner Hebridean islands.
HAVING gone to Scotland for the first time in years for both Christmas and New Year, we decided to head off to the Isle of Mull for two days relaxation away from all the festivities.
When David and Donna Mull arrived in Afghanistan in 2010 on a one-year mission to help expand the wartorn nation's fledgling soybean industry, most farmers were threshing their soybeans by laying the crop on rocks and beating it with sticks, then transporting it 30 miles or more by donkey.
The trustee commenced a lawsuit against Stanley and Joan Mull (the "Mulls"), father-in-law and mother-in-law, respectively, of the Debtor's president, and father and mother, respectively, of the Debtor's secretary.
In this book, author Carol Mull provides the national and regional context at the time of the Underground Railroad, examines the passage of the 1850 Fugitive Slave Act, and considers the motivations of those involved in the secret network.