"muck" Definition

  1. to beat, or excel. “It’s no use, his luck’s dead in; he’d MUCK a thousand;” “he MUCKED me clean out,” &c. To RUN A MUCK, or GO A MUCKER, to rush headlong into certain ruin. From a certain religious frenzy, or intoxication caused by bhang, which is common among the Malays, and which now and again causes an enthusiast, kreese in hand, to dash into a crowd and devote every one he meets to death until he is himself killed, or falls from exhaustion.—_Malay_, AMOK, slaughter.

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Position in the dictionary: 2250 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: muck-out, muck-snipe, muckender, mucker, mud-crusher, mud-lark, mud-student, mudfog, muff, muffin-cap
Previous words in the dictionary: much of a muchness, mrs. jones, mrs. harris, mrs. grundy, mrs. gamp, move, mouthpiece, mouth-almighty, mouse, mourning

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