- n. Alternative form of muckamuck.
“There are some people I'll tell about this race and they're completely disgusted by it," says RunAmuck head muck-a-muck Scott Johnsson.”
“The hiyah muck-a-muck from my dad's company trailered his boat down from Cultis Lake last summer and so we got to take his skookum boat out on the salt chuck.”
“Most of them were in the Sprites 'own language, selected from the terms Hantis had bestowed on the little Sprite muck-a-muck.”
“Some high muck-a-muck arranged for all the press conferences, then found out we were going to be delayed a week and didn't want to risk looking like a fool.”
“Pacing the front of the room was the woman whom they knew to be Laheera … apparently a high muck-a-muck in the hierarchy of the world of Nelkar.”
“He said, "Indian _muck-a-muck_, not for Bostons" (whites).”
“Perhaps he had bought all his luxuries on jaw-bone from one store while he paid cash for his muck-a-muck in another.”
“Peter had nothing but the wage he earned working on the C.P.R. section, which had been just enough to supply him with his daily muck-a-muck (food) before marriage.”
“He must be the high muck-a-muck," said Jack in a whisper.”
“I have eaten of your kloshe muck-a-muck (very good food), and it has made my heart and my feet very skookum (strong).”
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