Her words fall as the snow on Tootoonolo, and the rocky heart of muck-a-muck is hidden.
"She has spoken, muck-a-muck," said the Judge, gazing fondly on his daughter.
And folding his blanket more tightly around him, muck-a-muck withdrew.
Giving him some muck-a-muck, I asked him, "What do you say when you talk over old Gesnip?"
At last she said, pointing to the other side of the village, "Over there muck-a-muck, hy-u muck-a-muck."
"Man heap dry—this muck-a-muck heap good," said the young fellow, as he handed me a long strip to taste.
Perhaps he had bought all his luxuries on jaw-bone from one store while he paid cash for his muck-a-muck in another.
Why are the feet of Sorrel-top, the white chief, among the acorns of muck-a-muck, the mountain forest?
In a moment his rifle was at his shoulder, and with a sharp "ping" muck-a-muck leaped into the air a corpse.
"(self-)important person," 1912, from Chinook jargon, literally "to eat; food." Also mucky-muck; muckety-muck.