mud (Meaning)

Wordnet

mud (n)

water soaked soil; soft wet earth

slanderous remarks or charges

Wordnet

mud (v)

soil with mud, muck, or mire

plaster with mud

Webster

mud (n.)

Earth and water mixed so as to be soft and adhesive.

Webster

mud (v. t.)

To bury in mud.

To make muddy or turbid.

mud Sentence Examples

  1. The children splashed and played in the thick mud, their faces smeared with brown.
  2. The heavy rainfall transformed the ground into a slippery mudbath.
  3. The hiker's path became impassable due to the relentless mud.
  4. The construction site was a quagmire of mud and machinery.
  5. The farmer used fertilizer to enrich the soil, turning it from barren dirt to rich mud.
  6. The mud mask left my skin feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
  7. The car's tires sank deep into the mud, threatening to become stuck.
  8. The baseball field was too muddy to play on, forcing the game to be postponed.
  9. The muddy riverbanks were treacherous, causing hikers to slip and fall.
  10. The mud-covered boot left a trail behind, marking the path of its wearer.

FAQs About the word mud

water soaked soil; soft wet earth, slanderous remarks or charges, soil with mud, muck, or mire, plaster with mudEarth and water mixed so as to be soft and adhes

sand, gravel, muck,sludge, gook, soil, ooze, slop, mire, clay

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The children splashed and played in the thick mud, their faces smeared with brown.

The heavy rainfall transformed the ground into a slippery mudbath.

The hiker's path became impassable due to the relentless mud.

The construction site was a quagmire of mud and machinery.