Did you consult study any guides as you were mucking your way through?
His scapegoats then, as now, were the United States and Europe, which he blamed for mucking about in his backyard.
The Senate Finance Committee has rolled up its sleeves this week, and is mucking about in the fine print of amendments.
In mucking Bank 'Oliday biz; seems as though it was out of sheer spite.
Yes, you've taken to mucking your work—doing it in a most slovenly way.
"I don't mean to have any one else mucking around," growled Dunn in answer.
But what's the good of my mucking about in a filthy uniform?
When mucking by hand, the mucking gangs consisted of from 15 to 20 men.
We got the idea from the British Tommy, only he calls it "mucking it."
The drillers did most of the mucking out of the heading before setting up the drills.
mid-13c., "cow dung and vegetable matter spread as manure," from a Scandinavian source, cf. Old Norse myki, mykr "cow dung," Danish møg, from Proto-Germanic *muk-, *meuk- "soft." Meaning "unclean matter generally" is from c.1300. Muck-sweat first attested 1690s.
late 14c., "to dig in the ground," also "to remove manure," early 15c., "to spread manure, cover with muck," from muck (n.). Meaning "to make dirty" is from 1832; in the figurative sense, "to make a mess of," it is from 1886; to muck about "mess around" is from 1856. Related: Mucked; mucking.
high muckety-muck: Always used with big, high, etc: the way some of these big mucks do