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The horse that had been loaned to them was a speedy animal and they made good time despite the muddiness of the road.
THE ROVER BOYS ON THE FARMARTHUR M. WINFIELD (AKA EDWARD STRATEMEYER)
Leaving the ocean, look now at this river in our neighborhood, and see the slight muddiness which seems to color its waters.
In the following names the sense may be sometimes then that of muddiness, though in general, as I take it, that of sluggishness.
His remaining writings exhibit all that easy dribble of triumphant muddiness which disciples take as depth.
I would not drink the wine because it contained in it some suspicious muddiness.
As we drew near I saw that they combined an extreme muddiness with an unusual elasticity.
The horse played at drinking, pretending a thirst which it did not feel, and began to paw the clear water into muddiness.
THE SHORT CUTJACKSON GREGORY
The streets are of a miserable muddiness which bemires without softening the hardness of the pavements.
ENGLANDFRANK FOX
A condition of extreme muddiness in wet weather creates an unpleasant reaction on those forced to live near it.
A LIVING FROM THE LANDWILLIAM B. DURYEE
Within this week we have been studying a stream, which has alternated in its clearness and muddiness.

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