The meaning of that monotonous count finally percolated to the mucker's numbed perceptive faculties.
I want you to forget about that—this morning, and not think I am a galoot and a mucker.
What the mucker beard of that conversation made him prick up his ears.
In my business you find that the man who reads books, comes a mucker!
Something strange rose in the mucker's breast at the thought he had just voiced.
Because—they sometimes make a mucker of the cork job, and then the label's wasted.
"Why, where we seen her last, of course," replied the mucker.
I pray God I may be in one at the end, if I am to make a mucker.
"Well, whether youse meant it or not, it's so," said the mucker.
Anybody would have done itanybody who wasnt a mucker, I mean.
A crude and unreliable man; lout: cheap muckers with fine bodies
[1891+; fr German, ''sanctimonious bigot'']