adjective, murk·i·er, murk·i·est.
Origin of murky
SYNONYMS FOR murky
Related formsmurk·i·ly, adverbmurk·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for murky
I love The Affair for bravely reflecting back to us that murky grey area of not knowing.
For decades, maybe centuries (the details are murky), some people in Mexico had been venerating a kind of sanctified death figure.America’s Fastest Growing Death Holiday Is From Mexico|Michael Schulson|November 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
What we found is a situation currently too murky to render a judgment.
The possibilities are endless, and weirdly reassuring in these disjointed and murky times.Paging Rose Mary Woods: Obama’s Unbelievable Missing IRS Emails|James Poulos|June 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The massacre has been transformed, without a shred of proof or evidence, into a shady skirmish in a murky secret war.
The burying-ground stands drearily out against the murky sky.My Fire Opal, and Other Tales|Sarah Warner Brooks
That shows as how Murky, or whoever it was, must 'a' been puttin' the money in something else.
Carefully keeping himself out of sight, Chip had followed when Murky left the marsh.
It was a dull, murky day, with heavy spongy clouds overhead.Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour|R. S. Surtees
Martin-Roget knew his way about the murky street well enough.Lord Tony's Wife|Baroness Emmuska Orczy