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mud-spattered

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Definition of mud-spattered in English:

adjective

Covered with splashes of mud: mud-spattered trucks were parked in the gateway
More example sentences
  • When they arrived at the gate, a mud-spattered messenger was waiting for Olen, with an equally bedaubed horse breathing heavily through flared nostrils.
  • In 2006, she became the first person in direct line to the throne to be paid to appear in an advertisement, posing for Land Rover in a mud-spattered Roberto Cavalli dress.
  • He lives in a 3,200-square-foot house, drives a mud-spattered Jeep Cherokee, and answers his own phone.

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