In a recession, with New York unemployment in double digits, sex with the boss could be murky.
The clothes were dominated by gray, murky green, midnight blue, all with hints of iridescence.
The massacre has been transformed, without a shred of proof or evidence, into a shady skirmish in a murky secret war.
The Likud's hilltop youth, headed by (MK) Yariv Levin, are leading Israel into the murky waters of a totalitarian state.
Her matter-of-fact voice makes the resemblance unmistakable: “A murky Fate” begins with “This is what happened.”
That night a faint light shone through the murky clouds, and dimly illumined the grim battle-field.
What would it do with sight, in the murky thickness of a tree-trunk?
He made a fortune in a murky town of Lancashire, and, thirsting for colour, came up to London determined to back a musical comedy.
"I think he'll win," said Morgan, drily, looking meaningly at the murky sky.
It was a narrow lane of murky, impenetrable water, shaded now by the forest wall.