mug"wump`(?), n. [Cf. Algonquin mugquomp a chief.] 1. A bolter from the Republican party in the national election of 1884; an Independent. [Political Cant, U.S.]
2. A person who is undecided about an issue, especially a political one; a person who takes a neutral stance on an issue; a fence-sitter.
Mug"wump*ism(?), } n. The acts and views of the mugwumps. [Political Cant, U.S.]
Mu*ham"med*an(?), } a. & n. Mohammedan.
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