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Synonyms for muck

muck about or around

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  • fool about or around
  • amuse yourself
  • play about or around
  • fiddle about or around
  • mess about or around

muck about or around with something

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muck something up

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Synonyms for muck

a viscous, usually offensively dirty substance

foul or dirty matter

to soil with mud

Synonyms for muck

any thick, viscous matter

remove muck, clear away muck, as in a mine

spread manure, as for fertilization

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soil with mud, muck, or mire

References in periodicals archive ?
Muck soils are found in old bogs, river deltas, and lake beds.
(3.) Muck soils are suitable for vegetable crop production whereas other soil types in the study region are less well suited.
Very poorly drained muck soils formed in old glacial lake basins, along meandering streams, and in wetlands between drumlins (Fox and Lee 1980).
K ranged over five values in the sub-watershed study area, from 0.1 (muck soils) to 0.37 (silt loams).
Gascho and Shih (1979) tested five sugarcane cultivars at water tables of 32, 61, and 84 cm (13, 24, and 33 in) in Pahokee muck soils in lysimeters.
Water control in the peat and muck soils of the Florida Everglades.
Individual soil map unit components were excluded from the simulations based on excessive slope gradients ([greater than] 8%), muck soils, or non-soil conditions.
The histosol soils of the EAA, commonly called muck soils, were formed over a 4,400 year period from partially decomposed remains of hydrophytic vegetation that accumulated under anaerobic wetland conditions resulting in highly organic soils (Rice et al.
Seven fields were located on muck soils (>40% organic matter) and 7 on sandy soils (<13% organic matter) to compare wireworm population differences in these 2 soil types.