Definition of Muckier

1. Adjective. (comparative of mucky) ¹



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Definition of Muckier

1. mucky [adj] - See also: mucky

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Muckier

muckender
muckenders
muckered
muckerer
muckerers
muckering
muckers
mucket
muckety-muck
muckety muck
muckety mucks
muckheap
muckheaps
muckhill
muckier (current term)
muckiest
muckily
muckiness
mucking
mucking in
mucking up
muckland
mucklands
muckle
muckled
muckles
muckling
muckluck
mucklucks

Literary usage of Muckier

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1. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1889)
"I dunna know as I ever seed a muckier night." As he recorded this meteorological observation he reached the front door. It was ajar, so he peeped in to see ..."

2. North Borneo: Explorations and Adventures on the Equator by Frank Hatton, Joseph Hatton (1886)
"... soil, bits of straw, paper, and other debris. Soon the river overflows its banks; but still it rains without cessation. The stream becomes muckier ..."

3. The Nonsensical U.S.A. by Stuart Basham Stone (1912)
"PERIODICALS AND LITERATURE " The pen is muckier than the sword." — Lamentations of an Investigated Billionaire. " A drop of ink may make a millionaire think ..."

4. Fathers of Men by Ernest William Hornung (1912)
""It'd make you muckier if you met a train," Evan suggested, with a sly stress on Jan's epithet. "But I didn't, you see." "You jolly nearly did," Chips would ..."

5. The Alien: A Story of Middle Age by Frances Frederica Montrésor (1901)
"If you turn her out o' the front gate and the flower garden, she'll come through the pig-sty and the back yard, and she'll come back muckier than she was ..."

6. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1889)
"I dunna know as I ever seed a muckier night." As he recorded this meteorological observation he reached the front door. It was ajar, so he peeped in to see ..."

7. North Borneo: Explorations and Adventures on the Equator by Frank Hatton, Joseph Hatton (1886)
"... soil, bits of straw, paper, and other debris. Soon the river overflows its banks; but still it rains without cessation. The stream becomes muckier ..."

8. The Nonsensical U.S.A. by Stuart Basham Stone (1912)
"PERIODICALS AND LITERATURE " The pen is muckier than the sword." — Lamentations of an Investigated Billionaire. " A drop of ink may make a millionaire think ..."

9. Fathers of Men by Ernest William Hornung (1912)
""It'd make you muckier if you met a train," Evan suggested, with a sly stress on Jan's epithet. "But I didn't, you see." "You jolly nearly did," Chips would ..."

10. The Alien: A Story of Middle Age by Frances Frederica Montrésor (1901)
"If you turn her out o' the front gate and the flower garden, she'll come through the pig-sty and the back yard, and she'll come back muckier than she was ..."

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