Mullock



[muhl-uh k] /ˈmʌl ək/

noun
1.
(in Australasia) refuse or rubbish, as rock or earth, from a mine; muck.
Idioms
2.
poke mullock at, Australian. to ridicule.
/ˈmʌlək/
noun
1.
(Austral) waste material from a mine
2.
(dialect) a mess or muddle
3.
(Austral, informal) poke mullock at, to ridicule

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