muck

6 ENTRIES FOUND:

muck

noun

Definition of MUCK

1
foul matter that mars the purity or cleanliness of something <spattered with muck from the pigpen>
Synonyms crud, dirt, grime, gunk, muck, smut, soil
Near Antonyms cleanliness, cleanness
2
soft wet earth <her shoes were covered with muck by the end of the soccer game>
Synonyms guck (or gook), mire, muck, ooze, slime, slop, sludge, slush
Related Words gumbo, silt; clay, dirt, gravel, humus, loam, sand, soil
3
that which is of low quality or worth <what's this muck that you've been watching on TV, anyway?>
Synonyms cheese, crapola [slang], dreck (also drek), muck, rubbish, sleaze, slop, slush, trash, tripe
4
language, behavior, or ideas that are absurd and contrary to good sense <there's some solid substance in this book, but the reader has to trudge through a lot of muck to get to it>

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