Lady Muck


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Lady Muck

n
informal usually derogatory an ordinary woman behaving or being treated as if she were aristocratic. See also Lord Muck
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As Lady Muck rightly said, she's "sport for the oiks" and should at least play the game.
They got me transport home in a nice car and I felt like Lady Muck.
COMMERCIAL and domestic cleaning company Lady Muck Cleaning has appointed Kath Hiscock as its commercial director.
That was on the Friday, I had everything in place by Sunday and was sitting there like Lady Muck.
Ross, from Barmouth, has launched the Lady Muck Cleaning Company, a commercial and domestic cleaning business.
So now, instead of peeling vegetables in the kitchen and worrying about my five a day, Lady Muck can recline in her chair and be waited on by a charming young man or lady.
To discover if I could hack it as Lady Muck, I travelled by plane, car and ferry to reach the island as it was hit by horizontal rain and a howling gale.
Sure enough, once she's picked her jaw up off the floor, Rosie loves playing Lady Muck.
For the ultimate Lady Muck attire, fetch your highness this fabulous, Japanese-inspired robe so she can languish in style.
Social concerns aside, it was pretty good fun to be Lady Muck for a time, sitting on my terrace, sipping tea and looking out at the South China Sea.
with instructions from the doctor to sit back with my foot in the air, pop the penicillin and act like Lady Muck.
No more than a dozen people came to the cinema, but the usher insisted on conducting me to my seat with a torch (that is what my mother called a flashlight), as though I were Lady Muck.