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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MUDDIED

The path is not a cinder one, as I think them untidy, so I was not more than muddied.

His mind was muddied by the innumerable visitors to whom he had to listen.

And he had covered himself with a loathesome coating of muddied dust.

He kicked the muddied snow off his boots and opened the door.

They muddied the streams where he fished and drove away the game by their bellowing.

By some chance neither of them was more than bruised and muddied.

As a result we were, I believe, the most muddied and bedraggled crew on earth.

He threw himself into a chair and removed his muddied spurs.

He was muddied all over his tattered trousers and red shirt, and also to his elbows.

The water was coming out of the rock in that muddied condition.

WORD ORIGIN

late 13c., from mud + -y (2). Big Muddy in reference to the Missouri or Mississippi rivers is first recorded 1825.

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