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Definition of "mudhole" [mud•hole]

  • A hole full of mud, especially one in a road (noun)
  • A hole near the bottom of a steam boiler, through which the sediment is withdrawn. (noun)

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Use "mudhole" in a sentence
  • "Look, the night after these kids died, he's down at the mudhole, which is the Mustang Club."
  • "Above this was another deposit of "mudhole" material which had thoroughly dried out, checked and cracked in all directions so that it formed angular masses of various sizes, and had then become wet again so that it was now soft and sticky."
  • "And restored the pond, which was just a mudhole then."