a piled-up mass of mud on a river bed or sea bottom
The wrecked ship sunk into the mudbank.
When they were out of the water, Redbird picked up a stick and drew a little picture on the mudbank.
"Come a mudbank and Tom push de launch off quick," he called.
Here we were with the water up to the floor; and then we came on a mudbank quite as deep.
I'm on the same game, down at mudbank--sop-two-seaters and camels.
One boat lay on the mud, disabled, and the dead bodies of several men strewed the mudbank, which the falling tide had left dry.
To their rage and disappointment, the boats stuck on the mudbank just outside the stockades, which they only then discovered.
As the advancing tide crept inch by inch over the mudbank Jimmy Kinsella was forced back towards the Tortoise.
P'raps smash de launch, run ashore, or pile her up on a mudbank.
Noble rivers have their own natural defects of swamp and mudbank.
Our trip up the harbour was not to end without adventure, for, on turning round to cast anchor, our ship ran aground on a mudbank.