One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A haughty or pretentious woman (often as a mocking form of address).
- ‘Kate Snell does not come on like Lady Muck but she is engaged in the same vulgar trade.’
- ‘Other topics have been picked over as well, such as Live 8; and it seems Lady Muck over in Waltham Forest might be considering Making Geldof History.’
- ‘I'm a class Lady Muck act in the passenger seat, though.’
- ‘‘One night - I mighta been out on me front verandah - I heard him say, ‘Come on, Lady Muck, pour us a drink, I've had a hard day at the office.’’
- ‘Well we have a question for Lady Muck, also known as Viscountess Gormanston.’
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