- a depression in which mud collects.
Origin of mudhole
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Examples from the Web for mudhole
More than six years I lived near a mudhole that dried up in July.A Watcher in The Woods
Dallas Lore Sharp
Other cities ridiculed its ambitions and called it a mudhole.Cyrus Hall McCormick
Herbert Newton Casson
Because the alferez was down in the mudhole when he saw him and the curate was on foot.The Social Cancer
I walked off the end of the platform, and went plump into a mudhole.Calumet 'K'
"What you want to do is to have that mudhole in the road fixed," said the visitor.Toaster's Handbook
Peggy Edmund and Harold W. Williams, compilers
Word Origin and History for mudhole
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