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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of muck up.


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  • They'd blown off a nuclear weapon in the stratosphere, and mucked up the ionosphere and communications all over the world, and it had taken months for things to get right again.

    I Don’t Understand ?

  • So they forged an alliance with all the trust of a Palestinian-Israeli handshake, because in the end, both sides knew that they needed to gather and nail down the evidence fast – before Crimstein mucked up the waters.

    Tell No One

  • If ever anyone had his headquarters and staff mucked up neatly, thoroughly, carefully, and completely, that man is Mr Datchett.

    Mystery Mile

  • In the days before the Wizard had mucked up the water table and wreaked havoc with a centuries-old way of life, the Bengda district had thrived in one of the few dry areas, humps of sandy hill on either side of Waterslip.

    Son of a Witch

  • “I could do more, but it would just be overpainting and it would get mucked up and ruined.”

    The Wayward Muse

  • The slasher’s too much burnt for anything to show and the harness on the horse affair’s all mucked up with tar.”

    Death of a Fool


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