Definition of Muckluck

1. mukluk [n -S] - See also: mukluk



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Muckluck

muckheaps
muckhill
muckier
muckiest
muckily
muckiness
mucking
mucking in
mucking up
muckland
mucklands
muckle
muckled
muckles
muckling
muckluck (current term)
mucklucks
muckmidden
muckmiddens
muckology
muckrake
muckraked
muckraker
muckrakers
muckrakes
muckraking
mucks
mucks in
mucks up
muckspreader

Literary usage of Muckluck

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1. The Conquest of Mount McKinley: The Story of Three Expeditions Through the by Belmore Browne (1913)
"As I emerged from the tent a sad sight met my gaze. muckluck ... muckluck was a clean strain malamute, courageous to the point of madness, and willing to ..."

2. The Feminine Note in Fiction by William Leonard Courtney (1904)
"... an Indian princess, the wild, untutored savage who is called Princess muckluck. She, too, sets her young affections on the Boy, and we imagine that ..."

3. A Glossary of Words Used in Swaledale, Yorkshire by John Harland (1876)
"muckluck, the sign of prosperity, an amount of traffic,—according as a muddy shop-floor bespeaks to the saying, ' Where there's there's money. ..."

4. Ballads of a Cheechako by Robert William Service (1909)
"His poke is full of gold-dust and his heart is full of sin, And he's dancing with a girl called muckluck Mag. She's as light as any fairy; she's as pretty ..."

5. America Across the Seas: Our Colonial Empire by Hamilton Mercer Wright, Charles Harcourt Ainslie Forbes-Lindsay, Willard French, Elizabeth Fairbanks, Wallace Walter Atwood, John Findley Wallace (1909)
"We began to see the Eskimo parkie or outer garment. Moccasins would have the form or design of the Eskimo muckluck, but still retained some of the ..."

6. Joaquin Miller's Poems by Joaquin Miller (1909)
"... Seemed God wasn't there! And you, too, climbed to the Klondike And talked, as a friend, to those five-horned stars! With muckluck shoon and with ..."

7. The Conquest of Mount McKinley: The Story of Three Expeditions Through the by Belmore Browne (1913)
"As I emerged from the tent a sad sight met my gaze. muckluck ... muckluck was a clean strain malamute, courageous to the point of madness, and willing to ..."

8. The Feminine Note in Fiction by William Leonard Courtney (1904)
"... an Indian princess, the wild, untutored savage who is called Princess muckluck. She, too, sets her young affections on the Boy, and we imagine that ..."

9. A Glossary of Words Used in Swaledale, Yorkshire by John Harland (1876)
"muckluck, the sign of prosperity, an amount of traffic,—according as a muddy shop-floor bespeaks to the saying, ' Where there's there's money. ..."

10. Ballads of a Cheechako by Robert William Service (1909)
"His poke is full of gold-dust and his heart is full of sin, And he's dancing with a girl called muckluck Mag. She's as light as any fairy; she's as pretty ..."

11. America Across the Seas: Our Colonial Empire by Hamilton Mercer Wright, Charles Harcourt Ainslie Forbes-Lindsay, Willard French, Elizabeth Fairbanks, Wallace Walter Atwood, John Findley Wallace (1909)
"We began to see the Eskimo parkie or outer garment. Moccasins would have the form or design of the Eskimo muckluck, but still retained some of the ..."

12. Joaquin Miller's Poems by Joaquin Miller (1909)
"... Seemed God wasn't there! And you, too, climbed to the Klondike And talked, as a friend, to those five-horned stars! With muckluck shoon and with ..."

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