adjective (muckier, muckiest)
Covered with or consisting of dirt or filth: guests carried their food on trays to mucky tables
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- Whether going forward or in defence these three were everywhere, covering every mucky blade of grass.
- Muttering and cursing to herself she pulls herself upright and finds that her trousers are covered in mucky water from a bowl that has been left on the floor.
- There was a field beside the road, half mucky dirt and clods, and half graying grass struggling for vitality.
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- The muckiness is intensified on warmer days when the snow and ice melts into a brown slush.
- Smiley is matter-of-fact about the muckiness of farm life: castrating piglets, spreading dangerous chemicals and eternal scrubbing.
- Amongst the muckiness of poverty, walking past shops with aisles of dusty goods, along an empty road, I come across a man whistling.