verb (used with object), mud·ded, mud·ding.
verb (used without object), mud·ded, mud·ding.
Words nearby mud
Origin of mud
OTHER WORDS FROM mudun·mud·ded, adjective
Examples from the Web for mudded
Then we replaced the chinkings that the porcupines had gnawed out, calked and mudded all cracks.Fifty Years a Hunter and Trapper|Eldred Nathaniel Woodcock
Sometimes on the morrow of a rainy-day, a silk dress, mudded and wet, would be seen hanging out to dry upon this beam.Toilers of the Sea|Victor Hugo
Softly summing on a tin pan, with a mudded stick, the Indian sang a song.Rolf In The Woods|Ernest Thompson Seton
To keep the cold and wind out, the cracks may be "mudded" up on the inside with clay or ordinary lime mortar.Shelters, Shacks and Shanties|D.C. Beard
Cavalcades of mudded horses and riders traverse the camps and adjoining fields in various directions.Three Years in the Federal Cavalry|Willard Glazier
British Dictionary definitions for mudded
verb muds, mudding or mudded
Word Origin for mud
Idioms and Phrases with mudded
see clear as mud; name is mud; sling mud at.