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mud pie

a mass of mud moulded into a pie-like shape by a child
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  • "He's in a mud pie and he can't get out," explained the little girl.

  • "He is stuck in a mud pie, so Margy says," answered Mrs. Bunker.

  • Well, you must go somewhere else for your mud pie; we don't keep them here.

    Theodor Leschetizky Annette Hullah
  • Our boy, as soon as he can toddle out-of-doors, starts instinctively to make a mud pie.

    Fundamentals of Prosperity Roger W. Babson
  • I never said a word, but just toddled after down street, holdin' that mud pie as if it was Thanksgivin' mince.

    Mrs. Tree's Will Laura E. Richards
  • For instance, the great art of mud pie taught us the porous nature of clay, the expansive power of steam, etc. etc.

    The Clever Woman of the Family Charlotte M. Yonge
  • But as Mr. Bunker took a second glance he saw that it was his little boy, and Mun Bun was, indeed, "stuck in a mud pie."

  • Mis' Holcomb's got to freeze a freezer o' her lemon ice—she gets it smooth as a mud pie.

    Friendship Village Zona Gale
  • She could not imagine how Mun Bun could be stuck in a "mud pie," and yet that was what Margy had said.

  • The bishop, Bishop Bradford is his name, never loses a chance to make a mud pie.

    The Art of Disappearing John Talbot Smith

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