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/məd/,
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Soft, sticky matter resulting from the mixing of earth and water,
  1. Soft, sticky matter resulting from the mixing of earth and water

  2. Information or allegations regarded as damaging, typically concerned with corruption
    • - they are trying to sling mud at me to cover up their defeat

  1. mire: soil with mud, muck, or mire; "The child mucked up his shirt while playing ball in the garden"
  2. water soaked soil; soft wet earth
  3. plaster with mud
  4. slanderous remarks or charges
  5. Mud is a liquid or semi-liquid mixture of water and some combination of soil, silt, and clay. Ancient mud deposits harden over geological time to form sedimentary rock such as shale or mudstone (generally called lutites). ...
  6. A MUD (originally Multi-User Dungeon, with later variants Multi-User Dimension and Multi-User Domain), pronounced , is a multiplayer real-time virtual world described primarily in text. ...
  7. Mud were an English glam rock band, formed in February 1966, best remembered for their single "Tiger Feet" which was the UK's best-selling single of 1974. ...
  8. Year of Production: 1997
  9. Mud was a 1994 CBBC television show, best known for featuring early appearances from Russell Brand, Brooke Kinsella, Russell Tovey and a teddy bear called, incongruously, 'Steve'.
  10. A dirty mixture of water and soil; A plaster-like mixture used to texture or smooth drywall; Wet concrete as it is being mixed, delivered and poured; Willfully abusive, even slanderous remarks or claims, notably between political opponents; Money, dough, especially when proceeding from dirty ...
  11. (Multi-User Dungeon or Dimension) -- A (usually text-based) multi-user simulation environment. Some are purely for fun and flirting, others are used for serious software development, or education purposes and all that lies in between. ...
  12. To dream that you walk in mud, denotes that you will have cause to lose confidence in friendships, and there will be losses and disturbances in family circles. To see others walking in mud, ugly rumors will reach you of some friend or employee. ...
  13. A special mixture of clay, water, and chemical additives pumped down hole through the drill pipe and drill bit. ...
  14. MUD is an abbreviation for Multi User Domain or Multi User Dungeon. A MUD is a type of real-time Web environment in which users not only email one another but also move around and manipulate objects in an imaginary world. ...
  15. Drilling fluid used to lubricate the drill string, line, the walls of the well, flush cutting to the surface and create enough weight to prevent blowouts.
  16. Wet clay and silt-rich sediment.
  17. A mixture of base substance and additives used to lubricate the drill bit and to counteract the natural pressure of the formation.
  18. Usually a colloidal suspension of clays in water along with chemical additives that is circulated through the wellbore during rotary drilling.
  19. A somewhat derogatory term that glass insulator collectors use to refer to porcelain insulators.
  20. Acronym for Multi-User Dungeon, a type of text based adventure game accessed with telnet or a specialized client program, such as tintin, tinyfugue, or tinytalk. There are many types of MUD including Diku, MOO, and MUSE. On example is ChicagoMUSE.
  21. Multiple User Domains/Dungeons/Dialogues are also known as 'chatrooms.' They are text-based environments in which many users are able to communicate and construct an environment in 'real-time.'
  22. refers to the particle size of sediment below ten microns in diameter.
  23. Acronym for Multi-User Dungeon or Domain. MUDs are role-playing games that take place on a computer. Users can Telnet to a MUD host, and create a character. MUDs can be action, adventure, or fantasy games, and allow you to save your character for future play. ...
  24. Sediment consisting of mineral particles mostly smaller than 0.062 millimeters.
  25. Particle size less than 1/16mm. (Called "silt" when greater than 1/256mm, "clay" when less than 1/256mm)