Definition of Mudders

1. Noun. (plural of MUDder) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of mudder) ¹

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Definition of Mudders

1. mudder [n] - See also: mudder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mudders

mudbanks
mudbath
mudbaths
mudbrick
mudbug
mudbugs
mudcap
mudcapped
mudcapping
mudcaps
mudcat
mudcats
mudded
mudder
mudders (current term)
muddied
muddier
muddies
muddiest
muddily
muddiness
muddinesses
mudding
muddle
muddle-headed
muddle through
muddle up
muddled
muddled through

Literary usage of Mudders

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. My Tiny Life: Crime and Passion in a Virtual World by Julian Dibbell (1998)
"And even among the MUDders, it's safe to say, not many saw with clarity just ... Even so, however, MUDders had long noted the marked tendency of the game ..."

2. My Southern Friends by James Roberts Gilmore (1863)
""We hab," continued the black, " countin' me in, a hundred an' fifty-one darkies, all in fam'lies—faders, mudders, chil- 'ren, an' some on 'em gran'faders ..."

3. The Hayfield Mower and Scythe of Progress (1904)
"Maude mudders, the 27 year old daughter of Mrs. Milton mudders, was the star blonder of the crowd. With hilarious abandon she stirred her coffee with her ..."

4. One of Ours by Willa Cather (1922)
""They say little babies was born out in the snow last winter, an' no fires for their mudders nor nothin'. 'Deed, Mr. Claude, it wasn't like that in our war; ..."

5. My Tiny Life: Crime and Passion in a Virtual World by Julian Dibbell (1998)
"And even among the MUDders, it's safe to say, not many saw with clarity just ... Even so, however, MUDders had long noted the marked tendency of the game ..."

6. My Southern Friends by James Roberts Gilmore (1863)
""We hab," continued the black, " countin' me in, a hundred an' fifty-one darkies, all in fam'lies—faders, mudders, chil- 'ren, an' some on 'em gran'faders ..."

7. The Hayfield Mower and Scythe of Progress (1904)
"Maude mudders, the 27 year old daughter of Mrs. Milton mudders, was the star blonder of the crowd. With hilarious abandon she stirred her coffee with her ..."

8. One of Ours by Willa Cather (1922)
""They say little babies was born out in the snow last winter, an' no fires for their mudders nor nothin'. 'Deed, Mr. Claude, it wasn't like that in our war; ..."

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