Definition of mullock in English:

mullock

Line breaks: mul|lock
Pronunciation: /ˈmʌlək/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

noun

[mass noun] dialect
1Worthless material; rubbish.
1.1Australian /NZ Rock which contains no gold or from which gold has been extracted.
1.2Australian /NZ Worthless information; nonsense.

Origin

late Middle English: diminutive of earlier mul 'dust, rubbish', from Middle Dutch.

Phrases

poke mullock at

Australian /NZ informal Ridicule (someone).

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