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Noun1.muckhill - a heap of dung or refuse
cumulation, heap, pile, agglomerate, cumulus, mound - a collection of objects laid on top of each other
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5 Greyfriar's Green was once nicknamed Graffery Muckhill
Paul's Cathedral was 'kept verie ill for Comonlie it is never wthout a muckhill in it ...
Thus Malevole's estimate of earth and its human population--offered to Pietro immediately prior to the revelation of Malevole's"true" identity--amounts in effect to Altofronto's estimate as well: Think this:--this earth is the only grave and Golgotha wherein all things that live must rot; 'tis but the draught wherein the heavenly bodies discharge their corruption, the very muckhill on which the sublunary orbs cast their excrements.