Prepositions after "mull"
mull over, on, for, about or by?
|In 74% of cases mull over is used|
|He says he is mulling over a ' 13 bid for Mayor, but US Attorney is a powerful post.|
|Anyway, back home now mulling over it all and cursing myself for the accident happening.|
|It feels like mainly the two of us are the only one's mulling over this alleged controversy, Jim.|
|Take for instance the scene in Sang Woo's bedroom where he's mulling over Insoon's bombshell revelation.|
|Then mull over it, let it seep into your brain cells, and then scroll up until you see Cannanite post (sodomy).|
|Once I'd back in bed, donuts to hand, I enjoy mulling over the week past and contemplating the weekend ahead.|
|He mulls over the doctor's warning about his deteriorating vision and Lee Joon's promise of a comeback before he heads out.|
|Mr Caring is thought to be mulling over the idea of selling some of his stake to a new investor to help bankroll the expansion.|
|I do nt normally comment on these issues unless I see something that really irks me and I have been mulling over this one for days.|
|In 11% of cases mull on is used|
|I have been mulling on this question for a week now.|
|In the morning, when we first wake up, there is time for us to mull on the decision.|
|In 7% of cases mull for is used|
|As part of new austerity measures, Athens is mulling for the first time the taboo issue of dismissing full-time civil servants.|
|You're not alone in your views and your vision! Thanks Phil; you've managed to put into words what I've been mulling for several weeks.|
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