verb (used with object), mud·ded, mud·ding.
verb (used without object), mud·ded, mud·ding.
Origin of mud
Related formsun·mud·ded, adjective
Examples from the Web for mud
He scrambled outside to find a 25-foot-wide crater just beyond the mud wall surrounding his family compound.The Dangerous Drug-Funded Secret War Between Iran and Pakistan|Umar Farooq|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Knee deep in mud, sweat mixing with rain, they forced the Land Rover through the jungle.
Sheets of torrential rains pouring down over the Land Rover sent its four wheels plunging into the mud.
In a dim backroom of a mud hut in Save, 82-year-old Teresa Nyirabutunda sits propped upright in bed by her daughter, Francine.
The young boy who had fashioned the mud toy grinned at all the attention he was receiving.Creating Consequences for South Sudan’s Political Elite|Justine Fleischner|July 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Bishop of Tronyem over the ankles in the sodden, trodden pasture—sticking in the mud of Sulitelma!Feats on the Fiord|Harriet Martineau
The surface is porous; the cells are distant and arranged irregularly, and seem as if composed of sand cemented with mud.The Sea-beach at Ebb-tide|Augusta Foote Arnold
It had walls of slippery clay and a corduroyed bottom, but the corduroy was hidden beneath the mud left by thousands of feet.Italy at War and the Allies in the West|E. Alexander Powell
Carefully he examined the footprints written in the bed of mud he had prepared.Oh, You Tex!|William Macleod Raine
When the first Earth ship finally landed there, all they found was a great quantity of mud.The Native Soil|Alan Edward Nourse
British Dictionary definitions for mud
verb muds, mudding or mudded
Word Origin for mud
Idioms and Phrases with mud
see clear as mud; name is mud; sling mud at.