Definitions for "Muck"
Keywords:  discard, showdown, throw, fold, pile
The unwanted material, especially rock or soil, that must be excavated in order to reach the valuable ore; also, the unwanted material after being excavated or crushed by blasting, or after being removed to a waste pile. In the latter sense, also called a muck pile.
To excavate and remove muck{5}. Often used with out, as, to muck out a round.
The pile of cards in front of the dealer. You can also 'muck' a losing hand, which means to fold the cards so no one can see them.
Highly decomposed organic material formed under conditions of waterlogging. It contains few recognizable remains of the original plants.
the bottom soil in a watercourse; dark, usually black, earth that is capable of absorbing much water, often consisting of decomposing plant matter; also refers to material removed in the process of excavating.
(=sapric soil material) - Organic soil material in an advanced stage of decomposition making it impossible to identify plant parts with the unaided eye. Muck has the least amount of plant fiber, the highest bulk density, and the lowest water content at saturation of all organic soil material.
Keywords:  mud, multi, kludge, foxen, tlk
Soft mud containing vegetable matter.
soil with mud, muck, or mire; "The child mucked up his shirt while playing ball in the garden"
a multi-player game where, in a TLK-setting, you can /BE/ a character you make up
Tradesmen's word for wet mortar, bonding or plaster.
A common expression or unconsolidated, usually wet and muddy natural material.
Brickie term for mortar
Dung in a moist state; manure.
To manure with muck.
spread manure, as for fertilization
Keywords:  verb, stope, mine, pulverized, spoil
As a noun, it means the same as spoil. As a verb, it means to dig as in " muck out the hole."
Pulverized rock loosened by a mining operation that needs to be removed to leave a tunnel or a stope. “Muck” can also be used as a verb to describe the process of removing this rock.
remove muck, clear away muck, as in a mine
Like muck; mucky; also, used in collecting or distributing muck; as, a muck fork.
Muck is made up of dead leaves, dead animals, and other decaying material that collects on the bottom of a creek or stream. Muck is the breeding and feeding place for many insects. In Sabino Creek, mayfly nymphs and mosquito larvae known as "wrigglers" feed on muck. "Muck" isn't really a scientific word, but it's fun
Keywords:  vile, filthy, anything
Anything filthy or vile.
Keywords:  ingdom, ulti, ser, hat, acronym
an acronym of m ulti- u ser c hat k ingdom
Keywords:  peat
mucky peat
Keywords:  amuck, abbreviation
Abbreviation of Amuck.
Keywords:  asl, browser
ASL Browser
Keywords:  contempt, money
Money; -- in contempt.
Keywords:  messy, thick, substance
any thick messy substance
Keywords:  swamps, damp, mold, vegetable, mixed
Vegetable mold mixed with earth, as found in low, damp places and swamps.
Keywords:  fecal, matter, animals
fecal matter of animals
a text based interactive environment, sort of a low budget virtual reality