Definition of Mud bath

1. Noun. A bath in warm mud (as for treating rheumatism).

Generic synonyms: Bath



Definition of Mud bath

1. Noun. The immersion of the body in mud, for therapeutic reasons. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mud Bath

mucronulate
mucros
muculent
mucuna
mucuna prurita
mucus
mucus colitis
mucus glycoprotein sulfotransferase
mucus impaction
mucuses
mucusin
mud-beplastered
mud-wrestle
mud army
mud bath (current term)
mud bed
mud bogging
mud crab
mud cracking
mud dauber
mud digger
mud fever
mud fight
mud flap
mud flaps
mud flat
mud flats
mud hen
mud midget

Literary usage of Mud bath

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1. The Land of the Midnight Sun: Summer and Winter Journeys Through Sweden by Paul Belloni Du Chaillu (1888)
"The Village of Ronneby.—A Celebrated Spa.—Life of the Patients at the Spring.— The Resident Physician.—A Mud-bath.—A Committee of Amusements. ..."

2. A Lady's Second Journey Round the World: From London to the Cape of Good by Ida Pfeiffer (1856)
"A mud bath in the Morass.—Bamboo Bridges.—The Language of Signs.—Supper with the Panam-bahan.—The Diamond Mines. ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1841)
"I took the mud-bath here, at Marienbad, and Carlsbad, and do not regret the ... There was one drawback on the mud-bath or peat-poultice : we cannot roll ..."

4. Modern Baths and Bath Houses by William Paul Gerhard (1908)
"VIEW OF INTERIOR OF A mud bath HOUSE. From prospectus of Indiana Springs Co., ... mud bath APPLICATION. From prospectus of Indiana Springs Co., Mud- lavia, ..."

5. Modern Baths and Bath Houses by William Paul Gerhard (1908)
"From German catalogue of Recknagel & Co., Munich. 116. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF A MUD BATH HOUSE. From prospectus of Indiana Springs Co., ..."

6. The Spas of Germany by Augustus Bozzi Granville (1838)
"... author's opinion—Quarries of peat earth— Iron pyrites—Sulphuric acid—The Egra district a volcanic bog—EFFECTS of the mud-bath—Softening of the skin—Cure ..."

7. The Land of the Midnight Sun: Summer and Winter Journeys Through Sweden by Paul Belloni Du Chaillu (1888)
"The Village of Ronneby.—A Celebrated Spa.—Life of the Patients at the Spring.— The Resident Physician.—A Mud-bath.—A Committee of Amusements. ..."

8. A Lady's Second Journey Round the World: From London to the Cape of Good by Ida Pfeiffer (1856)
"A mud bath in the Morass.—Bamboo Bridges.—The Language of Signs.—Supper with the Panam-bahan.—The Diamond Mines. ..."

9. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1841)
"I took the mud-bath here, at Marienbad, and Carlsbad, and do not regret the ... There was one drawback on the mud-bath or peat-poultice : we cannot roll ..."

10. Modern Baths and Bath Houses by William Paul Gerhard (1908)
"VIEW OF INTERIOR OF A mud bath HOUSE. From prospectus of Indiana Springs Co., ... mud bath APPLICATION. From prospectus of Indiana Springs Co., Mud- lavia, ..."

11. Modern Baths and Bath Houses by William Paul Gerhard (1908)
"From German catalogue of Recknagel & Co., Munich. 116. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF A MUD BATH HOUSE. From prospectus of Indiana Springs Co., ..."

12. The Spas of Germany by Augustus Bozzi Granville (1838)
"... author's opinion—Quarries of peat earth— Iron pyrites—Sulphuric acid—The Egra district a volcanic bog—EFFECTS of the mud-bath—Softening of the skin—Cure ..."

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