adjective, rut·ti·er, rut·ti·est.
Examples from the Web for rutty
The rutty, soppy road, soon after it leaves the doctors estate, straggles unfenced through half a mile of mazy woodland.The Doctor's Red Lamp|Various
Then as he took pleasure in his life and his Havana, he saw a dilapidated buckboard laboring up the rutty trail.Destiny|Charles Neville Buck
The rutty road was leading up toward the tableland on which stood the now nearly deserted old mining-town of Gleeson.The Phantom Town Mystery|Carol Norton
The carriage turned into a rutty road between two copses, in which dead leaves fringed with ice were quivering.The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Vol. 6|Guy de Maupassant
A great lint bandage was about John's foot, and they were in a wagon jolting over a rutty road.A Certain Rich Man|William Allen White