Muckrake

• (v. i.) To seek for, expose, or charge, esp. habitually, corruption, real or alleged, on the part of public men and corporations. On April 14, 1906, President Roosevelt delivered a speech on `The Man with the Muck Rake,` in which he deprecated sweeping and unjust charges of corruption against public men and corporations. The phrase was taken...
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Muckrake

Muck'rake` intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle -raked ; present participle & verbal noun -raking .] To seek for, expose, or charge, esp. habitually, corruption, real or alleged, on the part of public men and corporations. On Apr...
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muckrake

[v] - explore and expose misconduct and scandals concerning public figures
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