Related formsmuck·er·ish, adjectivemuck·er·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for mucker
One morning, at the beginning of his fourth month of solitude, the mucker saw a smudge of smoke upon the horizon.
You may say that any man—at any rate, many a man—is liable to come a mucker like this.Second String|Anthony Hope
I have your word for it, you know—yeh said so that time on de Halfmoon, an' I ain't fergot it; but youse was right—I am a mucker.
I tracked em for a mile—twas a mucker trick, Ill admit, but Ive got it in for Chapin.Deering of Deal|Latta Griswold
Her voice had an edge of bitterness; she hadn't liked coming a mucker, nor yet being told she couldn't get through exams.Dangerous Ages|Rose Macaulay
British Dictionary definitions for mucker
- a friend; mate
- a coarse person