muck : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n any thick, viscous matter
- n fecal matter of animals
- v remove muck, clear away muck, as in a mine
- v spread manure, as for fertilization
- v soil with mud, muck, or mire
The child mucked up his shirt while playing ball in the garden
- Real ideas sometimes rise from the muck, which is why free societies willingly put up with so much muck.
- For the past six years the farmers of northern Indiana have met to display the democratic vegetables that grow so lushly on their rich and mucky fields.
- And there was plenty of muck to exploit in the 2006 midterm elections, when a raft of Republican scandals helped more than a dozen Democrats get elected in districts thought to be .
- Kirk Dillard in FOXNews
Rezko "will continue to dog him (Obama) and Blagojevich troubles muck up Barack's image somewhat," Dillard said. "I think it's more incumbent on the president-elect now to show that he's different from our beleaguered governor and remind...
- Tim Floyd in ESPN
We wanted to muck it up some and that's why we went to the triangle-and-2,Floyd said. "Good teams shoot 35, 36 percent and win. We shot 28 percent and went overtime with the No. 2 team in the country. That means we're doing a lot of things...
- Sammy Lee in ESPN
We have already planned what we are going to do so we will just be sticking to that,Lee told Liverpool's official website. "Everyone knows exactly what we will be doing and the important thing is that we all muck in together and keep...