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AKKMU

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KAMELAUKION-kamelaukion n. A stiff cylindrical head-covering worn for religious reasons in Orthodox Christian and Eastern Catholic.
KAMELAUKIONS-kamelaukions n. plural of kamelaukion.
KRUMKAKE-krumkake n. A Norwegian cookie invented by emigrants to America.
krum kake n. Alternative spelling of krumkake.
KRUMKAKES-krumkakes n. plural of krumkake.
krum kakes n. plural of krum kake.
MUCKAMUCK-muckamuck n. (US, dialectal, possibly dated) Food.
muckamuck n. (idiomatic, irreverent) A person in a position of power, authority, or status.
muck-a-muck n. Alternative form of muckamuck.
MUCKAMUCKED-Sorry, definition not available.
MUCKAMUCKING-Sorry, definition not available.
MUCKAMUCKS-muckamucks n. plural of muckamuck.
muck-a-mucks n. plural of muck-a-muck.
MUCKRAKE-muckrake n. A rake for scraping up dung.
muckrake v. (intransitive) To search for and expose corruption or scandal, especially as a form of investigative journalism.
MUCKRAKED-muckraked v. simple past tense and past participle of muckrake.
MUCKRAKER-muckraker n. (US) One who investigates and exposes issues of corruption that often violate widely held values; e.g.
muckraker n. (Britain) A sensationalist, scandal-mongering journalist, one who is not driven by any social principles.
muckraker n. (US, historical) One of a group of American investigative reporters, novelists and critics of the Progressive.
MUCKRAKERS-muckrakers n. plural of muckraker.
MUCKRAKES-muckrakes v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of muckrake.
MUCKRAKING-muckraking v. present participle of muckrake.
MUCKRAKINGS-Sorry, definition not available.
UNWORKMANLIKE-unworkmanlike adj. Not workmanlike.

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