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Definition of "muddied" []

  • Made dirty with muddied. (adjective)
  • Made unclear, obfuscated (generally as part of the phrase muddied the water) (adjective)
  • Made muted of color. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of muddy. (verb)

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Use "muddied" in a sentence
  • "YELLIN: Well, there have been a number of reports that there is disarray in the campaign, finger pointing, anger about what some call a muddied message by Senator Clinton."
  • "Then you talk about having your name muddied in the media."
  • "The pursuit was renewed, till the water was again muddied."