or muc·luc, muck·luck
Origin of mukluk
Examples from the Web for muckluck
She ain't my Muckluck, and I don't believe she's a minx, not a little bit.
He reflected that he had never seen one that didn't, except Muckluck.
Suddenly Muckluck broke away from the group, and ran briskly down to the river trail.
She seemed to be only a little older than Muckluck, but less attractive, chiefly on account of her fat and her look of ill-temper.
"Oh no," said Muckluck soothingly, but her face belied her words.
Word Origin for mukluk
also mukluk, 1868, "sealskin, sealskin boots" from Eskimo maklak "large seal, sealskin." Meaning "canvas boots that resemble Eskimo ones" is from 1962.