(comparative more muckle, superlative most muckle)
(third-person singular simple present muckles, present participle muckling, simple past and past participle muckled)
- (US, dialectal) To latch onto something with the mouth.
- (rare) To talk big; to exaggerate.
From Middle English mukel, muchel, from the same source as (perhaps a variant of) mickle, which see.