fertile farmland characterized by soil (muck soil) that contains a high percentage (between 20 percent and 50 percent) of organic matter.
[muhk-uh l] /ˈmʌk əl/ adjective, British Dialect. 1. . /ˈmʌkəl/ adjective 1. large; much adverb 2. much; greatly
[muhk-luhk] /ˈmʌk lʌk/ noun 1. . [muhk-luhk] /ˈmʌk lʌk/ noun 1. a soft boot worn by Eskimos, often lined with fur and usually made of sealskin or reindeer skin. 2. a similar boot with a soft sole, usually worn for lounging. /ˈmʌklʌk/ noun 1. a soft boot, usually of sealskin, worn by the Inuit n. […]
adjective Given to uttering obscenities; foul-mouthed: Def Comedy Jams begins its fourth season with Joe Torry replacing muck-mouthed Martin Lawrence (1990s+)
[muhk-reyk] /ˈmʌkˌreɪk/ verb (used without object), muckraked, muckraking. 1. to search for and expose real or alleged corruption, scandal, or the like, especially in politics. /ˈmʌkˌreɪk/ noun 1. an agricultural rake for spreading manure verb 2. (intransitive) to seek out and expose scandal, esp concerning public figures