- nBritisha man thought to be 'putting on airs' or behaving high-handedly. This expression from the turn of the 20th century is now probably less prevalent than the female equivalent, Lady Muck.► Well, won't you just look at them - Lord and Lady Muck.
Contemporary slang . 2014.
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Lord Muck — see under ↑muck • • • Main Entry: ↑lord … Useful english dictionary
Lord Muck — ► Lord (or Lady) Muck Brit. informal a socially pretentious man (or woman). Main Entry: ↑muck … English terms dictionary
Lord Muck — see muck. → lord … English new terms dictionary
Lord Muck — noun An appellation given to a man who behaves in a perceived aristocratic manner See Also: Lady Muck … Wiktionary
Lord Muck — Noun. The depreciatory name for a pompous conceited man. The female equivalent being Lady Muck … English slang and colloquialisms
Lord Muck — /lɔd ˈmʌk/ (say lawd muk) noun a man who affects the manner of a grand gentleman, usually in an overbearing and unconvincing manner … Australian English dictionary
Lord Muck — Man who (perhaps wrongly) believes himself to be of consequence … A concise dictionary of English slang
muck — ► NOUN 1) dirt or rubbish. 2) manure. ► VERB 1) (muck up) informal spoil. 2) (muck about/around) Brit. informal behave in a silly or aimless way. 3) ( … English terms dictionary
lord — noun a man of noble rank or high office. ↘(Lord) (in the UK) a title given formally to a baron, and less formally to a marquess, earl, or viscount (prefixed to a family or territorial name). ↘(the Lords) the House of Lords, or its members… … English new terms dictionary
muck — 1. See Lord Muck. 2. as muck Extremely. ♣ Common as muck. Very common. 3. muck about Inconvenience. Waste time. Behave ineffectually. 4. muck in Work. 5. muck in with Share living quarters and/or duties with. 6. muck up Spoil. Make… … A concise dictionary of English slang