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MUD US English

A computer-based text or virtual reality game that several players play at the same time, interacting with each other as well as with characters controlled by the computer

mud US English

Soft, sticky matter resulting from the mixing of earth and water

mud US Thesaurus

we trekked through the mud

mud-eye US English

The larva of a dragonfly, used by anglers as bait

mud map US English

A simplified diagram or sketch of a route, containing only essential features

mud pie US English

Mud made into a pie shape by a child

mud run US English

An event in which participants negotiate a course consisting of various obstacles, many of which are filled or covered with mud

mud bath US English

A bath in the mud of mineral springs, taken especially for therapeutic purposes, such as to relieve rheumatic ailments, or as part of a beauty treatment

mud brick US English

A brick made from baked mud

mud-caked US English

Covered or encrusted with mud

mud fever US English

A bacterial skin infection which chiefly affects the lower legs of horses exposed to wet and muddy conditions, causing cracking and soreness of the skin and hair loss in the affected area

mud flap US English

A flap that hangs behind the wheel of a vehicle and is designed to prevent water, mud, and stones thrown up from the road from hitting the bodywork of the vehicle or any following vehicles

mud dauber US English

A solitary wasp that builds a mud nest typically consisting of a series of tubelike cells on an exposed surface

mud-nester US English

A gregarious Australian bird of a family that comprises the apostlebird and the white-winged chough, which make nests of mud

mud turtle US English

Any of a number of drab-colored freshwater turtles that often crawl onto mudbanks, in particular

mud volcano US English

A small vent or fissure in the ground discharging hot mud

mud-coloured US English

Of a dull brown colour like that of mud

mud-spattered US English

Covered with splashes of mud

as clear as mud US English

Not at all easy to understand

one's name is mud US English

One is in disgrace or unpopular

stick-in-the-mud US English

A person who is dull and unadventurous and who resists change

stick-in-the-mud US Thesaurus

her fun-loving boyfriend had become her stick-in-the-mud husband

Mississippi mud pie US English

A type of rich, mousselike chocolate cake or pie

here's mud in your eye! US English

Used to express friendly feelings toward one’s companions before drinking

drag someone through the mud US English

Slander or denigrate someone publicly

mudflat US English

A stretch of muddy land left uncovered at low tide

mud flat in mudflat US English

A stretch of muddy land left uncovered at low tide

mudpack US English

A paste of fuller’s earth or a similar substance, applied thickly to the face to improve the condition of the skin

mudroom US English

A small room or entryway where footwear and outerwear can be removed before entering a house

drag someone/something through the mud US English

Make damaging allegations about someone or something

mudguard US English

A curved strip or cover over a wheel of a vehicle, especially a bicycle or motorcycle, designed to the protect the vehicle and rider from water and dirt thrown up from the road

mudpuppy US English

A large aquatic salamander of the eastern US, reaching sexual maturity while retaining an immature body form with feathery external gills

mound spring US English

A water supply rising from an artesian source through a surface mound of mud

mud spring in mound spring US English

A water supply rising from an artesian source through a surface mound of mud

mudslinging US English

The use of insults and accusations, especially unjust ones, with the aim of damaging the reputation of an opponent

one's name is mud in mud US English

One is in disgrace or unpopular

as clear as mud in mud US English

Not at all easy to understand

here's mud in your eye! in mud US English

Used to express friendly feelings toward one’s companions before drinking

as clear as mud in mud US Thesaurus

her lectures are as clear as mud

drag someone through the mud in mud US English

Slander or denigrate someone publicly

drag someone/something through the mud in drag US English

Make damaging allegations about someone or something


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