Definition of muckender
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Origin and Etymology of muckender
alteration of Middle English mokadour, probably from (assumed) Old Provençal mocador (whence Provençal moucadou), from Old Provençal mocar to blow or wipe the nose, from moc nasal mucus, from Latin mucus — more at mucus
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