muck, v.

Jonathan Lighter wuxxmupp2000 at YAHOO.COM
Fri Sep 7 00:10:50 UTC 2007

OED's latest revision inlcudes "muck," n., as a mainly British euphemism for the F-word, but the entry (primary cite 1929) does not include an ex. of the common "muck about."

  1930 C. R. Benstead _Retreat_ (N.Y.: Century) 122: Sort'er gets yer darn, all this muckin' abart.


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