Definition of Muddiness

1. Noun. The wetness of ground that is covered or soaked with water. "The sloppiness of a rainy November day"

Exact synonyms: Sloppiness, Wateriness
Generic synonyms: Wetness
Derivative terms: Muddy, Sloppy, Sloppy, Watery



2. Noun. A mental state characterized by a lack of clear and orderly thought and behavior. "A confusion of impressions"

3. Noun. The quality of being cloudy.
Exact synonyms: Cloudiness, Murkiness
Generic synonyms: Opacity, Opaqueness
Specialized synonyms: Turbidity, Turbidness, Haziness, Mistiness, Steaminess, Vaporousness, Vapourousness
Derivative terms: Cloudy, Cloudy, Muddy, Muddy, Murky

Definition of Muddiness

1. n. The condition or quality of being muddy; turbidness; foulness caused by mud, dirt, or sediment; as, the muddiness of a stream.

Definition of Muddiness

1. Noun. the characteristic of being muddy ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Muddiness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Muddiness

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mudcapped
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muddiness (current term)
muddinesses
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muddle through
muddle up
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muddlehead
muddleheaded
muddleheadedly
muddleheadedness
muddleheads
muddler

Literary usage of Muddiness

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1. On the Composition of Food and how it is Adulterated, Practical Directions by William Marcet (1856)
"We are indebted to our distinguished countryman, Professor Faraday, for a rapid and satisfactory method of determining the degree of muddiness of water, ..."

2. Note-book of Materia Medica, Pharmacology, and Therapeutics by Robert Edmund Scoresby-Jackson (1867)
"... to the ingredients used—of a certain density—are free from en-stabs and muddiness—are made with the purest sugar—and must !*• kept in a cool place, ..."

3. On the Composition of Food and how it is Adulterated, Practical Directions by William Marcet (1856)
"We are indebted to our distinguished countryman, Professor Faraday, for a rapid and satisfactory method of determining the degree of muddiness of water, ..."

4. Note-book of Materia Medica, Pharmacology, and Therapeutics by Robert Edmund Scoresby-Jackson (1867)
"... to the ingredients used—of a certain density—are free from en-stabs and muddiness—are made with the purest sugar—and must !*• kept in a cool place, ..."

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