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mud-caked

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Definition of mud-caked in English:

adjective

Covered or encrusted with mud: mud-caked walking boots
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  • Cal's mud-caked boots thudded down the hall and down the stairs.
  • Saturated carpets were placed in soggy piles on mud-caked roads while residents waded through inches of thick black silt, surveying the damage in the cold light of day.
  • In the living-room, sports bags spill their toxic cargo of mud-caked football boots and mouldering bath towels, and any remaining floor space is littered with wires and battery chargers.

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