OTHER WORDS FROM muckermuck·er·ish, adjectivemuck·er·ism, noun
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How to use mucker in a sentence
The mucker in the mine must belong to the same union as the man who runs the drill.The I.W.W.|Paul Frederick Brissenden
Anybody would have done itanybody who wasnt a mucker, I mean.The Snow-Burner|Henry Oyen
"I must have come an awful mucker," Gerda murmured, after a pause.
Thanks, not always—I've been a mucker more than once in my life!The Climbers|Clyde Fitch
Her voice had an edge of bitterness; she hadn't liked coming a mucker, nor yet being told she couldn't get through exams.
British Dictionary definitions for mucker
- a friend; mate
- a coarse person