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Mum

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  1. mum 1 (mŭm) adj. Not verbalizing; silent. interj. Used as a command to stop speaking. Idiom: mum's the word Say nothing of the secret you know: Mum's the word on the surprise party. [Middle English mom, mum, perhaps imitative of closing one's lips.] mum 2 (mŭm) intr.v. mummed, mum·ming, mums 1. To act or play in a pantomime. 2. To go merrymaking in a.
  2. May 13,  · With Lesley Manville, Peter Mullan, Sam Swainsbury, Lisa McGrillis. After the death of her husband, a woman attempts to rebuild her life while /10(2K).
  3. everybody and his mum Used hyperbolically to express a large number or a majority of people. Primarily heard in UK. I'm so jealous, everybody and his mum is going on a vacation this summer except for me. See also: and, everybody, mum everybody and their mum Used hyperbolically to express a large number or a majority of people. Primarily heard in UK. I'm.
  4. ‘My mum lives in Scotland and she thinks I'm a star.’ ‘‘I like to do the mum thing and help out at school and you cannot do that when you are working full time,’ she says.’ ‘His mum Shirley was a devout Christian woman, a Methodist, just a touch humourless but endlessly patient, kind and smiling.’.
  5. MIU is the home of Consciousness-Based education. We are an accredited non-profit university with on-campus and online degree programs.
  6. Aug 18,  · ‘Homecoming’ is the sort of big, gorgeous mum once a staple of fall corsages. It produces giant peach-colored blooms on 3-foot stalks. ‘Ruby Mound' is a hardy garden mum with lush sprays of big, ruby-red semi-double flowers. ‘Fireglow Bronze’ produces branchfuls of .

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