- n (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent
- She had the same kind of muckle-mouth, and when she played checkers she kept all her kings in the back row too.
- I widna say but he compare't himsel (muckle tae his ain advantage) wi' that Ayrshire yokel, Rabbie Burns.
- But even when speaking in their most neutral English, they weave in words such as peerie (little), bonny (pretty) and muckle (large).
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- Fugitive in alleged 2010 Lansdale stabbing apprehended in Georgia
LANSDALE - After more than three years on the lam, Mario "Lucky" Muckle's luck finally ran out. Muckle, 30 - who was wanted in connection with a Feb. 2010 stabbing and beating incident outside the Third and Walnut Bar in Lansdale - is behind bars at Montgomery County Correctional Facility after being captured by authorities in Clayton County, Ga., and extradited to Pennsylvania last month. Known ...
June 19, 2013 - The Reporter
- Dee Caffari in Telegraph.co.uk
Then it'll be a hand brake turn at Muckle Flugga at the top of the Shetland Islands and then dodge the oil rigs back down the North Sea,says Caffari.