[ muhd-er ]
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  1. a racehorse able to perform well on a wet, muddy track.

  2. an athlete who performs well in muddy conditions.

Origin of mudder

First recorded in 1900–05; mud + -er1

Words Nearby mudder Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use mudder in a sentence

  • You see de boy's mudder was put under de roses when he was only a few days in de world, and Easter she lubbed him mo' fer dat.

    The Blue and The Gray | A. R. White
  • Me mudder wasn't built to stand de wear and tear, an' about de time I was foist chased off to school, she went out o' biz.

    To Him That Hath | Leroy Scott
  • I hands de boss a piece o' talk: me mudder's sick, an' I needs ready coin bad.

    To Him That Hath | Leroy Scott
  • Den dot man gommence to breach und he read mit his dext, "Und Simon's vife's mudder lay sick mit a fever."

    Recitations for the Social Circle | James Clarence Harvey
  • See 'em scootin' round, chasin' dat are poor orphanless calf, what ain't got no mudder.