sludge[ sluhj ]SEE DEFINITION OF sludge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SLUDGE
They are quite accustomed there to dealing with the precipitation of sludge.
It is found at Birmingham that one ton of sludge with 90 per cent.
One who has noticed it in the Teviot says, that the inhabitants there call it "sludge."
No sea-weed, no fishy particles, no sludge, no beards of oysters.
The mud or sludge would form into scale if allowed to remain.
Sludge forms an appreciable but unavoidable source of loss of material.
The sludge problem, inseparable from bleach installations, is eliminated.
At most, Sludge is only a poet who acts the books which poets write.
Mr. Sludge is a “medium” who has been detected by his dupe in the act of cheating.
Now, with the hlorg incumbent, there wasn't even any sludge.