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MUD'DY, adjective [from mud.] Foul with dirt or fine earthy particles; turbid, as water or other fluids; as a muddy stream. Water running on fine clay always appears muddy

1. Containing mud; as a muddy ditch; a muddy road.

2. Dirty; dashed, soiled or besmeared with mud; as muddy boots.

3. Consisting of mud or earth; gross, impure; as this muddy vesture of decay.

4. Dark; of the color of mud; as muddy cheeks.

5. Cloudy in mind; dull; heavy; stupid.

Dost think I am so muddy?

MUD'DY, verb intransitive To soil with mud; to dirty.

1. To cloud; to make dull or heavy.