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mammock

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noun mam·mock \ˈma-mək\

Definition of mammock

chiefly dialect

  1. :  a broken piece :  scrap



Origin and Etymology of mammock

origin unknown


First Known Use: circa 1529


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mammock

verb mam·mock

Definition of mammock

chiefly dialect

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to tear into fragments :  mangle



1607

First Known Use of mammock

1607

Rhymes with mammock


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