adjective, muck·i·er, muck·i·est.
- obscene: a mucky story.
- nasty; mean or contemptible: a mucky trick.
- (of weather) oppressively humid.
Examples from the Web for mucky
The terrain is mucky, and the pickings are slim; patience and boredom are a part of the hunt.
Blighters,” she said, “mucky ship—go row, go row—damn boxes.
First off, it was mucky and slippery under foot, and in some places it dips down sharp, almost as steep as a church roof.Torchy As A Pa|Sewell Ford
She kept on saying “Mucky ship,” which conveyed nothing at all to the Queen, except the obvious fact that the steamer was there.
The site of our camp was a low, mucky place on the river bank, where mosquitoes literally filled the air.A Soldier in the Philippines|Needom N. Freeman
When a beer barrel begins to fiz out o' t' bung hoil, tha' mun let it fiz a bit, thof't mak a mucky slop, or it'll bust t' barrel.Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents and Strange Events|S. Baring-Gould