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mud-coloured

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Definition of mud-coloured in English:

adjective

Of a dull brown colour like that of mud: all the mud-coloured fish in our small pond were dead
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  • Surrounding the square lie six large, rectangular, mud-colored brick compounds and two small mosques.
  • Heaps of mud-colored rubbish - furniture, appliances, clothes, toys, rugs and carpets - were piled on sidewalks and at curbs.
  • He wore a mud-colored poncho and jeans faded gray.

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