Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of mukluk.

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Examples

  • It is a mucluc of Innuit pattern made of a coarse, dirty, black hide with long tufts of hair — which, Stevens says, came from a mammoth.

    “Why this longing for life? It is a game which no man wins.”

  • In the struggle with the terrifying and pitiless natural forces, they returned to the primitive, garmenting themselves in the skins of wild beasts, and covering their feet with the walrus mucluc and the moosehide moccasin.

    The Gold Hunters of the North

  • In the struggle with the terrifying and pitiless natural forces, they returned to the primitive, garmenting themselves in the skins of wild beasts, and covering their feet with the walrus _mucluc_ and the moosehide moccasin.

    Revolution, and Other Essays

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