high-muck-a-muck


high–muck–a–muck

noun \ˌhī-ˈmə-ki-ˌmək\

Definition of HIGH-MUCK-A-MUCK

Variants of HIGH-MUCK-A-MUCK

high–muck–a–muck or high–muck·e·ty–muck \ˌhī-ˈmə-kə-tē-ˌmək\

Origin of HIGH-MUCK-A-MUCK

by folk etymology from Chinook Jargon hayo makamak plenty to eat
First Known Use: 1856

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