Definition of Lord Muck in English:

Lord Muck

British informal A haughty or socially pretentious man.
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  • Gapping for the school leaver, or for the newly minted graduate, is what the grand tour was for young Lord Muck in the 18th century.
  • With staff to milk the cows and break in the race-horses, he is free to prepare himself for his illustrious future - principally by poncing about like Lord Muck.
  • They have never done a day's building work in their lives, and when they come to visit the site they ponce around like Lord Muck.
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