The water drained into a shallow low depression in a large meadow, and made a mudhole, a cattle wallow.
More than six years I lived near a mudhole that dried up in July.
Then to Grunty she said sharply,18 "You'd better get out of that mudhole and go dry yourself in the sun."
Other cities ridiculed its ambitions and called it a mudhole.
I walked off the end of the platform, and went plump into a mudhole.
Even so he was parched with thirst before he found the first mudhole.
But I will say that this amphibian of yours steers more like a loaded truck in a mudhole than an honest-to-goodness plane!
Every mile or so we had to plunge through a quagmire, equal to the worst South African mudhole, which is saying a great deal.
"What you want to do is to have that mudhole in the road fixed," said the visitor.
The novice is almost certain to run it into a ditch the first thing, or get stuck on a hill, or in a sand patch or a mudhole.