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muddy British & World English

Covered in or full of mud

Big Muddy British & World English

A popular name for the Missouri River, whose waters are muddier than those of the Mississippi River

Waters, Muddy British & World English

(1915–83), American blues singer and guitarist; born McKinley Morganfield. Waters impressed new rhythm-and-blues bands such as the Rolling Stones, who took their name from his 1950 song

muddy the waters British & World English

Make an issue or situation more confused or complicated

muddy the waters in muddy British & World English

Make an issue or situation more confused or complicated

muddy English Thesaurus

we picked our way through the muddy ground

muddy English-Spanish

lleno, enlodado, embarrado

the river was muddy in muddy English-Spanish

el río iba revuelto, las aguas del río estaban turbias

the bottoms of his trousers were muddy in bottom English-Spanish

llevaba los bajos del pantalón cubiertos de barro

the colors had merged into a muddy gray in into English-Spanish

los colores se habían mezclado y había quedado un gris sucio