Definition of Muddier

1. Adjective. (comparative of muddy) ¹



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Definition of Muddier

1. muddy [adj] - See also: muddy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Muddier

mudbaths
mudbrick
mudbug
mudbugs
mudcap
mudcapped
mudcapping
mudcaps
mudcat
mudcats
mudded
mudder
mudders
muddied
muddier (current term)
muddies
muddiest
muddily
muddiness
muddinesses
mudding
muddle
muddle-headed
muddle through
muddle up
muddled
muddled through
muddlehead
muddleheaded

Literary usage of Muddier

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... ably with true delft of good quality" and also ''thicker, muddier and less brilliant" than Lambeth or Liverpool (Burton). Paste.— Dark and coarse. ..."

2. El Toro: A Motor Car Story of Interior Cuba by E. Ralph Estep (1909)
"... muddier and muddier." SEE 1'AOE 66. " '/'/«• mm'* farewell glance .spread a woven • gold mantilla on the nuked shoulder* of u grim, forbidding world and ..."

3. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1906)
"The river begins to rise early in November, goes on gradually rising, getting muddier and muddier, until it becomes after Christmas a thick ..."

4. The Great Ice Age and Its Relation to the Antiquity of Man by James Geikie (1894)
"Everyone has noticed that in winter and early spring our streams and rivers are usually muddier than in summer and autumn, when they are swollen by heavy ..."

5. Travels in West Africa: Congo Français, Corisco and Cameroons by Mary Henrietta Kingsley (1897)
"... with the Ogowe coming down daily muddier and muddier, floating along on its swift current bits of bank with the trees still growing on them, ..."

6. The Filtration of Public Water-supplies by Allen Hazen (1900)
"It is often noted that with long streams the water becomes muddier farther ... This, of course, may be a cause, or the lower tributaries may be muddier than ..."

7. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... ably with true delft of good quality" and also ''thicker, muddier and less brilliant" than Lambeth or Liverpool (Burton). Paste.— Dark and coarse. ..."

8. El Toro: A Motor Car Story of Interior Cuba by E. Ralph Estep (1909)
"... muddier and muddier." SEE 1'AOE 66. " '/'/«• mm'* farewell glance .spread a woven • gold mantilla on the nuked shoulder* of u grim, forbidding world and ..."

9. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1906)
"The river begins to rise early in November, goes on gradually rising, getting muddier and muddier, until it becomes after Christmas a thick ..."

10. The Great Ice Age and Its Relation to the Antiquity of Man by James Geikie (1894)
"Everyone has noticed that in winter and early spring our streams and rivers are usually muddier than in summer and autumn, when they are swollen by heavy ..."

11. Travels in West Africa: Congo Français, Corisco and Cameroons by Mary Henrietta Kingsley (1897)
"... with the Ogowe coming down daily muddier and muddier, floating along on its swift current bits of bank with the trees still growing on them, ..."

12. The Filtration of Public Water-supplies by Allen Hazen (1900)
"It is often noted that with long streams the water becomes muddier farther ... This, of course, may be a cause, or the lower tributaries may be muddier than ..."

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