Words nearby muggins
Origin of muggins
Examples from the Web for muggins
Nor did Muggins calculate upon the probable consequences of the confession which he had made to escape an impending castigation.Penelope: or, Love's Labour Lost, Vol. 2 (of 3)|William Pitt Scargill
Coristine liked Muggins, but he did not love Muggins' master.
Buck, he explained to me, was a good horse, and so was Muggins.The Virginian|Owen Wister
I dont realize nothin, but that I want a thousand dollars, asserted Mr. Muggins.The Motor Boys Over the Ocean|Clarence Young
The snores of the sleepers, the watchful dream-yaps of Muggins, did not affect them.
British Dictionary definitions for muggins
- a simpleton; silly person
- a title used humorously to refer to oneself