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Definition of "muckle" []

  • Large, massive; much (adjective)
  • To latch onto something with the mouth. (verb)
  • To talk big; to exaggerate. (verb)

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Use "muckle" in a sentence
  • "Then she gave him Donal's school-slate, with a sklet-pike, and said, "Noo, mak a muckle A, cratur.""
  • "Evidently "muckle" could not be the dinner-horn, so Harvey passed over the maul, and Dan scientifically stunned the fish before he pulled it inboard, and wrenched out the hook with the short wooden stick he called a "gob-stick.""
  • "Dan peered down into the water alongside, and flourished the big "muckle," ready for all chances."