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Mud


MUD, noun [Latin madeo.] Moist and soft earth of any kind, such as is found in marshes and swamps, at the bottom or rivers and ponds, or in highways after rain.

MUD, verb transitive To bury in mud or slime.

1. To make turbid or foul with dirt; to stir the sediment in liquors.