Definition of Mudlarks

1. Noun. (plural of mudlark) ¹



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Definition of Mudlarks

1. mudlark [n] - See also: mudlark

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mudlarks

mudhens
mudhif
mudhole
mudholes
mudhook
mudhooks
mudik
mudir
mudiria
mudirias
mudirieh
mudiriehs
mudirs
mudlark
mudlarked
mudlarks (current term)
mudless
mudlike
mudlogger
mudloggers
mudpack
mudpacks
mudpie
mudpies
mudproof
mudpuddle
mudpuppies
mudpuppy
mudra
mudras

Literary usage of Mudlarks

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1. Through the Kalahari Desert: A Narrative of a Journey with Gun, Camera, and by William Hunt, G. Antonio Farini (1886)
"... magnificent sight—A narrow escape—mudlarks'—A' well-earned supper—An underground stream—The Diamond Falls—Surprised by the flood—" The Hundred Falls. ..."

2. Episodes in an Obscure Life by Richard Rowe (1871)
"In one of my river-side districts I had opened a little school in a lane leading down to the water, and into it I tried to entice the little mudlarks of the ..."

3. Through the Kalahari Desert: A Narrative of a Journey with Gun, Camera, and by William Hunt, G. Antonio Farini (1886)
"... magnificent sight—A narrow escape—mudlarks'—A' well-earned supper—An underground stream—The Diamond Falls—Surprised by the flood—" The Hundred Falls. ..."

4. Episodes in an Obscure Life by Richard Rowe (1871)
"In one of my river-side districts I had opened a little school in a lane leading down to the water, and into it I tried to entice the little mudlarks of the ..."

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