muddier muddier  /ˈmə di ər/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) dirty with mud
  2. (v) cause to become muddy
  3. (v) make turbid
  4. (adj) (of soil) soft and watery
  5. (adj) dirty and messy; covered with mud or muck
  6. (adj) (of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear
  7. (adj) (of liquids) clouded as with sediment

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. The electoral scenario became even muddier just before midnight Tuesday.
  2. What we're getting instead is a muddier guarantee of bank liabilities and a muddier assertion of the government's rights.
  3. Taken together it appears that the Press, undisputed as its power is, has only succeeded in making the muddy election water a whole lot muddier.

News

  • What Really Becomes of College Football's Top QB Prospects After they Commit?

    In May, following Everett Golson's departure from Notre Dame ,  Your Best 11  took a look at the Fighting Irish's  quarterbacks through the BCS era . Between the position changes and the transfers, it was not exactly pretty. Add in the changes in coaching philosophy with each new head coach , and the water got even muddier. Instead of focusing on another school and working through its history ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

Quotes

  1. "I'm really happy, it was a very good day - especially on the final two stages in the morning," said Loeb. "Early in the day I was able to build a good gap to Mikko, although this afternoon he was closer because the roads were muddier. But...
    on Oct 24, 2009 By: Sebastien Loeb Source: AFP

  2. Calderwood told the Press & Journal: "Scott got injured in the last minute of training on Tuesday when he knocked a ball out wide. Things like that never happened when I played and pitches were a bit muddier, but they're so firm now. It'll be a...
    on Sep 20, 2007 By: Jimmy Calderwood Source: Sportbox

  3. "This was harder, because it was sunnier and muddier and the other competitors were very fresh and did not run yesterday," said Bekele. "I expected my toughest competition to come from Kipchoge and Tadesse. Running neck-and-neck with Kipchoge...
    on Mar 20, 2005 By: Kenenisa Bekele Source: Sportinglife.com

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