Having sediment or foreign particles stirred up or suspended; muddy: turbid water. (adjective)
Heavy, dark, or dense, as smoke or fog.(adjective)
In a state of turmoil; muddled: turbid feelings. (adjective)
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Use "turbid" in a sentence
"This adaptation allows the fish to live in turbid, stagnant waters low in dissolved oxygen: under such conditions, it may obtain as much as 70 percent of the oxygen it needs from the atmosphere."
"To unite a killer mix of artificial and live bait — giving a larger, bulkier target in turbid waters — hook a minnow in the head on the middle treble, adding a treble stinger if strikes are short, and drop it to the bottom."
"Weary of waiting longer for the weather, we start at last on a somewhat doubtful morning, and find the paths wet and slippery, and the mountain streams all turbid from the rain of the last three days."