Definition of clart in English:

clart

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Pronunciation: /klɑːt
 
/
(also clarts)

noun

[mass noun] Scottish & Northern English
Sticky mud; filth.
More example sentences
  • Now where I come from these types would be called ‘happy as a pig in clarts’.

Origin

late 17th century (as a verb in the sense 'smear, plaster'): of unknown origin.

Derivatives

clarty

adjective
More example sentences
  • All this means Glen Affric is an ideal place to give the kids free rein to run about and get clarty.

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