Definition of Mudslides

1. Noun. (plural of mudslide) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mudslides

1. mudslide [n] - See also: mudslide

Mudslides Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Mudslides Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Mudslides

mudras
mudrock
mudrocks
mudroom
mudrooms
muds
mudscow
mudscows
mudsill
mudsills
mudskipper
mudskippers
mudsled
mudsleds
mudslides (current term)
mudslinger
mudslingers
mudslinging
mudslingings
mudspringer
mudstone
mudstones
mudsucker
mudsuckers
mudwall
mudwalled
mudwalls
mudwater
mudwort

Literary usage of Mudslides

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Reducing Earthquake Hazards in the Central U. S. (6 Reports Combined) by DIANE Publishing Company (2000)
"... the associated risk of mudslides and landslides Historical data on landslides and mudslides Identification of areas that are landslide-prone by using, ..."

2. Disaster Response and Recovery: A Handbook for Mental Health Professionals by Diane Meyers (1996)
"For example, after floods and mudslides devastated Inverness, California in 1982, no formal agency in the community existed to help survivors with the ..."

3. Costa Rica Alive! by Bruce Morris (2002)
"Roads on the peninsula, even the main one, can be closed for days at a time for enormous mudslides to be cleared. Sometimes the mudslides block the road; ..."

4. The 1997 New Year's Floods in Western Nevada by J. G. Rigby (1998)
"It may have been followed by additional mudslides in the early morning hours of January 2 ... Another series of “mudslides, debris and rocks” (Reno ..."

5. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1901)
"... and mudslides. These are caused by the greater deposition of snow and the more sudden and violent alternations of heat and cold, which lead to the ..."

6. Reducing Earthquake Hazards in the Central U. S. (6 Reports Combined) by DIANE Publishing Company (2000)
"... the associated risk of mudslides and landslides Historical data on landslides and mudslides Identification of areas that are landslide-prone by using, ..."

7. Disaster Response and Recovery: A Handbook for Mental Health Professionals by Diane Meyers (1996)
"For example, after floods and mudslides devastated Inverness, California in 1982, no formal agency in the community existed to help survivors with the ..."

8. Costa Rica Alive! by Bruce Morris (2002)
"Roads on the peninsula, even the main one, can be closed for days at a time for enormous mudslides to be cleared. Sometimes the mudslides block the road; ..."

9. The 1997 New Year's Floods in Western Nevada by J. G. Rigby (1998)
"It may have been followed by additional mudslides in the early morning hours of January 2 ... Another series of “mudslides, debris and rocks” (Reno ..."

10. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1901)
"... and mudslides. These are caused by the greater deposition of snow and the more sudden and violent alternations of heat and cold, which lead to the ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Mudslides

Search for Mudslides on Dictionary.com!Search for Mudslides on Thesaurus.com!Search for Mudslides on Google!Search for Mudslides on Wikipedia!

Search