Definition of as common as muck in English:

as common as muck

British informal Of low social status.
More example sentences
  • He's as common as muck, and God help him if he has to perform state duties - he can't stand foreigners.
  • You know, Ramirez, sometimes you seem as common as muck, and other times you're the most princely person I've met.
  • She is posing as a lady but she is really as common as muck.
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