Definition of Muckrakers

1. Noun. (plural of muckraker) ¹



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Definition of Muckrakers

1. muckraker [n] - See also: muckraker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Muckrakers

mucking up
muckland
mucklands
muckle
muckled
muckles
muckling
muckluck
mucklucks
muckmidden
muckmiddens
muckology
muckrake
muckraked
muckraker
muckrakers (current term)
muckrakes
muckraking
mucks
mucks in
mucks up
muckspreader
muckspreaders
mucksy
muckworms
mucky pup
mucky pups
mucluc

Literary usage of Muckrakers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. From Harrison to Harding: A Personal Narrative, Covering a Third of a by Arthur Wallace Dunn (1922)
"... Correspondence—muckrakers Attacked—Bryan Returns from Abroad and Dampens Democratic Ardor by Proclaiming Government Ownership—Root in South America—Cuba ..."

2. Drift and Mastery: An Attempt to Diagnose the Current Unrest by Walter Lippmann (1914)
"It is said, also, that the muckrakers played for circulation, ... There is no other way of explaining the quick approval which the muckrakers won. ..."

3. The Bookman (1910)
"Meanwhile the Chaplain of Congress in his public prayers was calling down the wrath of Heaven upon muckrakers because they were pessimists. ..."

4. Modern Battles of Trenton by William Edgar Sackett (1914)
"And "predatory wealth," the "muckrakers," and the rest of the "undesirable citizens" were pillorying him with charges of having sold the nation to the ..."

5. The Regenerators: A Study of the Graft Prosecution of San Francisco by Theodore F. Bonnet (1911)
"... who had not formed an opinion as to what should be done either to the higher-ups or to the regenerators. It was about this time that the muckrakers of ..."

6. The Recall of Judges: An Essay Read Before the Chit Chat Club of San Francisco by Alexander Francisc Morrison (1911)
"It cannot be doubted the "yellow journalists" and the "muckrakers" have done some good in exposing nefarious work, and there are probably honest and sincere ..."

7. From Harrison to Harding: A Personal Narrative, Covering a Third of a by Arthur Wallace Dunn (1922)
"... Correspondence—muckrakers Attacked—Bryan Returns from Abroad and Dampens Democratic Ardor by Proclaiming Government Ownership—Root in South America—Cuba ..."

8. Drift and Mastery: An Attempt to Diagnose the Current Unrest by Walter Lippmann (1914)
"It is said, also, that the muckrakers played for circulation, ... There is no other way of explaining the quick approval which the muckrakers won. ..."

9. The Bookman (1910)
"Meanwhile the Chaplain of Congress in his public prayers was calling down the wrath of Heaven upon muckrakers because they were pessimists. ..."

10. Modern Battles of Trenton by William Edgar Sackett (1914)
"And "predatory wealth," the "muckrakers," and the rest of the "undesirable citizens" were pillorying him with charges of having sold the nation to the ..."

11. The Regenerators: A Study of the Graft Prosecution of San Francisco by Theodore F. Bonnet (1911)
"... who had not formed an opinion as to what should be done either to the higher-ups or to the regenerators. It was about this time that the muckrakers of ..."

12. The Recall of Judges: An Essay Read Before the Chit Chat Club of San Francisco by Alexander Francisc Morrison (1911)
"It cannot be doubted the "yellow journalists" and the "muckrakers" have done some good in exposing nefarious work, and there are probably honest and sincere ..."

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