Mudlark

MUD-lark

Part of speech: noun
Origin: English, 18th century

1
A person who scavenges in river mud for objects of value.

2
(Historical) A street urchin.

Examples of Mudlark in a sentence

“Wendall wanted to be a modern mudlark.”

“Milton found many accounts of mudlark life in The London Library.”

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