adjective, mud·di·er, mud·di·est.
verb (used with object), mud·died, mud·dy·ing.
verb (used without object), mud·died, mud·dy·ing.
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Origin of muddy
OTHER WORDS FROM muddymud·di·ly, adverbmud·di·ness, nounun·mud·died, adjectiveun·mud·dy, adjective
Words nearby muddy
Example sentences from the Web for muddied
On a practical level, quidditch players are often muddied or bloodied, and sometimes both (as you can see in the film).
The eight marques that multiplied the overhead and muddied the value propositions of its brands have been streamlined to four.
“They want to be dancing and partying,” but the storm has muddied the plot line.Tropical Storm Isaac Sidelines Media Elite at the Republican Convention|Lauren Ashburn|August 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Whereas TARP 1.0 would have been a boon to transparency, TARP 2.0 muddied the waters badly once again.Wall Street Whispers: Taxpayers Overpaid in Citi Bailout|William D. Cohan|December 1, 2008|DAILY BEAST
Where it had been, remained only a few forlorn and twisted posts between which the muddied water whispered softly.Desert Conquest|A. M. Chisholm
There are no "flannelled fools" among them, but quickly there are plenty of "muddied oafs."London's Underworld|Thomas Holmes
Of course its contents were lost, my hands and clothes were muddied and my efforts wasted; but I would not give it up yet.The Trail of a Sourdough|May Kellogg Sullivan
It seemed air strangely thickened and soiled, as pure water may be muddied by the passage of some unclean body.The Thing from the Lake|Eleanor M. Ingram
First there were a few dead and wounded Germans, all muddied.Adventures of a Despatch Rider|W. H. L. Watson