Thesaurus / muck
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The ground simmers at our feet as little mud volcanoes disgorge piles of hot, sulfurous muck.

Torrential, incessant rain turned battlefields into muck and flooded trenches and tunnels, while bitterly cold nights brought frostbite.

Instead of taking my imagined path up the sun-dappled hillside, we trekked downhill toward the muck and tussocks of a low-lying swampy area not far from the access road.

“Have a keer,” he advised as the girls trod through the muck.

Swamp IslandMildred A. Wirt

I don't mean poetry or muck of that sort—serious literature.

The Wrong TwinHarry Leon Wilson

Peruvian Guano, so serviceable in its first applications to light soils, may be composted with muck to the greatest advantage.

One is forced to wonder to what extent covering the face with the mass of muck hinders the actor in his work.

Our Stage and Its Critics"E.F.S." of "The Westminster Gazette"

Muck set a high price upon them, and the bargain was soon struck.

In proper English usage, muck is a general term for manure of any sort, and has no special application to the contents of bogs.

Muck, the most important of the purely vegetable manures, has been already sufficiently described.

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