Muggish - definition of Muggish by The Free Dictionary
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THERE are any number of mug bets - I've had most of them - but increasingly the most muggish
is the ante-post horseracing bet.
When you hear things like that you realise exactly why IG Index have just floated with a stock market valuation of pounds 144m and yet deep down you can't help but agree with them in a muggish
sort of way.
The great English public may be of the muggish
tendency but you can hardly expect 12,000 of us to clog all the phonelines in the merest hope we might be able to blag the odd ticket courtesy of Visa or Amex.