mudhole definition

  • noun:
    • A hole saturated in dirt, particularly one in a road
    • A hole near the bottom of a steam boiler, whereby the deposit is withdrawn.
    • A hole, or hollow spot, containing mud, like in a road.
    • A hole close to the base, whereby the sediment is withdrawn.
    • a spot filled with dirt; an area where there was mud of considerable depth; a depression in which liquid and dirt stand, such as a road.
    • In steam-engines, an orifice with steamtight covering inside base of a boiler, by which the sediment is removed. Additionally mudvalve.
    • A salt-water lagoon by which whales tend to be grabbed.
    • A soft area in granite due to decomposition.

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