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As for the infantrymen, when they come out of the trenches, they are caked in mud all over.

He was turbanless, shoeless, caked with dirt, and all but dead with rough handling.

When it came to grooming the mud was caked thick on all hides.

The soiled dishes, caked with hardened grease, made him sick.

They are brought in here just caked with mud from head to foot.

Of all the men in the group, he was the muddiest His clothes were caked with mud.

On the morrow the hair was caked so fast about his neck that it could only be freed by shearing it.

Beneath the caked pigments on her face Halima had gone pale.

His trousers were extraordinarily tattered and caked with yellow mud.

Blood was caked and cracked on his face and was matted in his hair.

WORD ORIGIN

"thickly encrusted," 1922, past participle adjective from cake (v.).

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