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mud bath

noun
1.
a medicinal bath in heated mud
2.
a dirty or muddy occasion, state, etc
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  • It was a serious proposition to get the horses to the show-course without having them look as if they had taken a mud bath.

    The Delta of the Triple Elevens William Elmer Bachman
  • Still the company was not moved to take Mr. Frog's advice and try a mud bath.

    The Tale of Ferdinand Frog Arthur Scott Bailey
  • Now, Long Bill Wren had suddenly made up his mind that he wouldn't take a mud bath, after all.

    The Tale of Ferdinand Frog Arthur Scott Bailey
  • He had begun to wonder whether there might not be some good in a mud bath, in spite of his neighbors' doubts.

    The Tale of Ferdinand Frog Arthur Scott Bailey
  • Anyway her mud bath has left her whiter than she has been all winter, with a tinge of pink showing that suggests a proper tubbing.

  • Of course there was a mud bath in the pig pen, for, no matter how clean pigs are, once in a while they like to roll in the mud.

    Squinty the Comical Pig Richard Barnum
  • She resented too Cairns's boyish pleasure in it all; he revelled, she felt, as a buffalo wallows in a mud bath.

    A Bed of Roses W. L. George
  • He leaves the delights of the mud bath, and starts in pursuit of the white face, no matter who he may be.

  • "Oh, I've been having a mud bath at the bottom of the creek," Mr. Frog told them.

    The Tale of Ferdinand Frog Arthur Scott Bailey

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