muck definition

  • noun:
    • A moist sticky mixture, specifically of dirt and filth.
    • Moist farmyard dung; manure.
    • Dark fertile earth containing decaying vegetable matter.
    • One thing filthy or disgusting.
    • world, stones, or clay excavated in mining.
    • Slimy mud.
    • smooth or slimy manure.
    • soil; a thing that makes yet another thing dirty.
    • Dung in a moist state; manure.
    • Vegetable mold blended with planet, as present reduced, moist locations and swamps.
    • something filthy or vile.
    • Money; -- in contempt.
    • The undesired product, specifically rock or earth, that needs to be excavated to be able to achieve the valuable ore; in addition, the undesirable material after becoming excavated or crushed by blasting, or after becoming eliminated to a waste stack. Within the latter sense, also known as a muck stack.
    • Dung in a moist condition; a mass of dung and putrefied vegetable matter.
    • thus Manure generally speaking.
    • A wet, slimy mass; a mess.
    • cash: so-called in contempt.
    • An erroneous form, because of mistaking the adverb amuck for a noun because of the indefinite article. See amuck.
    • waste materials of pets
    • any dense, viscous matter
  • verb-transitive:
    • To fertilize with manure or compost.
    • to create dirty with or like with muck.
    • To remove muck or soil from (a mine, for instance).
    • To manure with muck.
  • phrasal-verb:
    • muck about Chiefly British to invest time idly; putter.
    • muck up Informal To bungle, harm, or damage.
  • verb:
    • To shovel muck.
    • To manure with muck.
    • to complete a dirty job.
    • To pass (give an individual's cards to the dealership).
    • To excavate and remove muck{5}. Usually used in combination with away, .
    • spread manure, for fertilization
    • soil with dirt, muck, or mire
    • eliminate muck, eliminate muck, as with a mine
  • adverb:
    • Abbreviation of Amuck.
  • adjective:
    • Like muck; mucky; in addition, utilized in obtaining or distributing muck.
  • others:
    • Resembling muck; mucky; damp.
    • To manure.
    • to eliminate muck or manure from.
    • To work quite difficult; toil.

Related Sources

  • Definition for "muck"
    • A moist sticky mixture, specifically of dirt and…
    • View More
  • Sentence for "muck"
    • By the term muck, some farmers…
    • View More
  • Quotes for "muck"
    • "You can muck around with different…"
    • View More
  • Cross Reference for "muck"
  • Urban Dictionary for "muck"
    • Ugly beyond all reasonable question.
    • View More
503 votes

How would you define muck?

All the definitions on AZdictionary were written by people just like you. Now's your chance to add your own!