muggins

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NounEdit

muggins (plural mugginses)

  1. A fool or idiot (especially as an ironic way of referring to oneself).
    I suppose muggins here will have to do all the work, as usual.
  2. (cribbage) The act of stealing another player's points because they either mis-pegged or counted up incorrectly. House rules specify whether the mugginser gets the mugginsee's points or whether those points are simply lost.

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Last modified on 20 June 2013, at 18:09