Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Profuse sweat.
“In India it is in some way evil to spend a day without being once in a muck-sweat.”
“Of course they've had a few cases of the pilot baling out in a muck-sweat from sheer panic.”
“George, the umpteenth baronet, is in a muck-sweat.”
“The next morning, a strenuous climb up a series of serpentine switchbacks ensured we started the day caked in a muck-sweat, with our blood pounding in our ears.”
“It was you, I suggest, who insisted upon doing it because you were in a muck-sweat wanting to find out where the amended Chapter 7 of your father’s memoirs might be.”
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