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Mucʹklewrath

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Habakkuk Mucklewrath. A fanatic preacher. (Sir Walter Scott: Old Mortality.)

John Mucklewrath. Smith at Cairnvreckan village. Dame Mucklewrath, his wife, is a perfect virago. (Sir Walter Scott: Waverley.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Moving the Previous Question
Moving the World
Mow, a heap, and Mow
Mowis
Mozaide
Much or Mudge
Much Ado about Nothing
Muciana Cautio
Mucklebackit
Mucklewrath
Mud-honey
Mudarra
Muff (A)
Muffins and Crumpets
Muffled Cats catch no Mice
Mufti
Mug-house
Mugello
Muggins
Muggletonian

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Mucklewrath