I want you to forget about that—this morning, and not think I am a galoot and a mucker.
I've been going a mucker lately in all sorts of ways to try and get rid of it.
"It's that mucker of a top sergeant, Quigley," says Wilfred.
In my business you find that the man who reads books, comes a mucker!
"I think, if a fellow's come a mucker, he ought to have another chance," said Arthur.
The mucker in the mine must belong to the same union as the man who runs the drill.
Because—they sometimes make a mucker of the cork job, and then the label's wasted.
I pray God I may be in one at the end, if I am to make a mucker.
Anybody would have done itanybody who wasnt a mucker, I mean.
I said with contempt, for I knew he meant that mucker, Scoggins.