mucker definition

  • noun:
    • friend
    • buddy or acquaintance
    • a kind of worker during the construction associated with the first la Aqueduct, which took completely debris.
    • a phrase of reproach for a minimal or vulgar labor person.
    • An excavating device made to eliminate particulate product from within a confined location, like in a tunnel or mine.
    • person who eliminates muck from stables, etc.
    • much autumn as with the mire or muck.
    • In Germany, an individual of canting and depressing spiritual inclinations; especially
    • one of a sect accused of immoral practices, adherents of J. W. Ebel, a clergyman in K√∂nigsberg, Prussia, about 1810-39.
    • an individual lacking refinement; a coarse, rough individual.
  • verb:
    • To scrape collectively (money, etc.) by mean labour or shifts.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To scrape together, as money, by mean work or changes.
  • others:
    • To hoard up; heap.
    • which will make in pretty bad shape or muddle of every company; muddle; fail.
    • to-be dirty or messy.

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