mud definition

  • noun:
    • damp, gluey, smooth planet, as in the finance companies of a river.
    • Slang damp plaster, mortar, or concrete.
    • Slanderous or defamatory fees or remarks: slinging mud at his adversary.
    • A mixture of liquid and earth or fine grained sediment.
    • A plaster-like combination accustomed texture or smooth drywall.
    • damp concrete as it's becoming mixed, delivered and poured.
    • Willfully abusive, also slanderous remarks or claims, particularly between political opponents.
    • cash, dough, specially when proceeding from dirty business.
    • stool that is subjected as a consequence of rectal intercourse
    • A particle under 62.5 microns in diameter, following the Wentworth scale
    • planet and liquid combined in order to be soft and adhesive.
    • Moist and soft earth or natural matter, whether created by rains from the natural surface, by ejections from springs and volcanoes, or by sediment from turbid oceans; mire.
    • slanderous remarks or fees
    • water soaked soil; smooth wet earth
  • verb-transitive:
    • to pay for or spatter with or just as if with dirt.
    • To bury in mud.
    • to help make dirty or turbid.
  • verb:
    • To make muddy, dirty
    • In order to make turbid
    • To take part in a MUD, or multi-user dungeon.
    • plaster with mud
    • soil with dirt, muck, or mire
  • others:
    • To bury in mud or mire; address or bedaub with dirt.
    • In order to make turbid or foul with soil; stir the sediment in (liquors).
    • going in or underneath the mud, for refuge or heat, as does the eel.
    • To fill with mud or soft clay, due to the fact crevices between your logs in a log home.

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