noun British Dialect.
- mutatis mutandis,
- mutato nomine,
- mute swan,
Origin of mutch
Examples from the Web for mutch
I kant tell now whether a goose stands on one leg so mutch to rest the leg az to rest the goose.
False dignity is the effeck ov nu clothes, no branes and mutch vittles.Josh Billings, Hiz Sayings|Henry Wheeler Shaw
Sosiety iz made up ov the good, bad, and indifferent; and what makes so mutch trouble iz, the indifferents are in the majority.
What the world wants iz good examples, not so mutch advice; advice may be wrong, but examples prove themselves.
I dont hanker after bad luck, but I had rather run the risk ov it than trust too mutch in the professions ov men.