adjective. ['ˈmʌdi'] (of soil) soft and watery.
Words that Rhyme with Muddy
Example sentences of the word muddy
1. Noun, singular or mass
As water becomes scarce, they hide under rotting forest vegetation and in the muddy bottoms of streams.
Heron are used to walking on muddy stream beds, and the gravel is uncomfortable for them.
Quotes containing the word muddy
1. Cats are puddles of cuteness. I stepped in one the other day that was so muddy I not only had to pet it, but cuddle with it for hours.
- Jarod Kintz, This Book is Not FOR SALE
2. I want you to learn the lesson of the lotus. This flower springs forth from muddy waters. It raises its delicate petals to the sun and perfumes the world while, at the same time, its roots cling to the elemental muck, the very essence of the mortal experience. Without that soil, the flower would wither and die.
- Colleen Houck
3. I found my God in music and the arts, with writers like Hermann Hesse, and musicians like Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, and Little Walter. In some way, in some form, my God was always there, but now I have learned to talk to him.
- Eric Clapton
adjective. ['ˈmʌdi'] dirty and messy; covered with mud or muck.
adjective. ['ˈmʌdi'] (of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear.
adjective. ['ˈmʌdi'] (of liquids) clouded as with sediment.
verb. ['ˈmʌdi'] make turbid.
verb. ['ˈmʌdi'] cause to become muddy.
verb. ['ˈmʌdi'] dirty with mud.
- muddy up