Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
He did you a good turn, and I plan to be the high Muckamuck among them presently.
'Very well put, old muckamuck, but never say die, eh?
One looked like a reasonably high muckamuck, his cape thatched in silver fish scales.
In the meantime, I've got a darned nice time here, high Muckamuck stuff you know.
The word muckamuck in Wobbly lingo refers to someone important and possibly arrogant.
"The high muckamuck's family can't leave the planet.
"It shall be accomplished," the muckamuck reply came.
It's the son of the high muckamuck of Gleep."
"The muckamuck has offered fifty pounds of frumpstiggle for this one service," the Enen replied.
"A commendable performance," the high muckamuck said.
Now I'm going to be the Lord High Muckamuck.
'Eric, me old bucolic muckamuck,' a voice replies. '
"We understand," the Gleep muckamuck replied contritely.
His name comes from the Chinuk Wawa word "muckamuck," meaning "food" or "to eat".
"Muckamuck, my people also had perfect teeth--until they began consuming sweets and overly refined foods.
"We're prepared to offer a full ton of superlative-grade frumpstiggle..." the muckamuck said enticingly.
"Let him go, Ran, the High Muckamuck called him," said Putney in a conversational tone.
Gold, at any rate, was nothing to the muckamuck; his people refined it through their gills, extracting it from the surrounding water on order in any quantity.
But the question still nagged his mind: how could the caries he had observed be reconciled with the muckamuck's undoubtedly sincere statement that there had never been dental trouble before?
Dillingham now had to speak to the Enens via the Gleep muckamuck (after the episode in the cavity, he regretted this nomenclature acutely), who had been summoned for a diagnostic conference.
If the receptionist could carry on in this fashion, it was more than likely that she held considerable sway with some high muckamuck on the Nemesis board of directors, possibly even the Dalai Lama himself.
Certain words and expressions remain current in local use, such as skookum, tyee and saltchuck, while a few have become part of worldwide English ("high mucketymuck" or "high muckamuck" for a high-ranking and perhaps self-important official).