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  • "Oh, when I got into the Great House on the estate, the li-brary was in a right mess," she replied promptly, "books down off the shelves, piled up on the tables, left lying open'some'thing on the order of the huggle-muggle your father used to cre-ate in there when he was doing his research, Kyrtian, but on a larger scale.



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  • See hugger-mugger.

    October 11, 2008

  • I don't believe this is a real word, though I've heard several people using it to mean, variously: a kind of hug; a to-do or fuss or hullaballoo; a mish-mash or odd mixture of something. Real or not, it makes me giggle.

    January 15, 2007