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  • s  (of liquids) clouded as with sediment
    murky waters
  • s  dark or gloomy
    a murky dungeon
    murky rooms lit by smoke-blackened lamps

  • Of preemptive wars and 'murky intelligence' .
  • Daniel Daza Disney "When everything seems murky and complicated in the world, people are interested in checking their minds at the door," says Steve Mason, box-office analyst at .
  • The origins of the bump are murky, though most communication experts agree on a basic if fuzzy evolutionary timeline: the handshake (which itself dates back to ancient .
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