mousle

mousle

(ˈmaʊzəl)
vb (tr)
to handle roughly; tousle or rumple
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Sheilagh Kremers, 63, claims she will go to prison rather than allow five-month-old Mousles Fern to be slaughtered so he can be checked for bovine tuberculosis.
"Yet if we are forced to slaughter Mousles Fern it will be 18 months of hard work down the drain.
I can't isolate Mousles Fern because I don't have any safe buildings.