Antonyms for muddiness
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : muhd-ee|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈmʌd i|
Definition of muddinessOrigin :
- late 13c., from mud + -y (2). Big Muddy in reference to the Missouri or Mississippi rivers is first recorded 1825.
- As in cloudiness : noun vagueness
- As in confusedness : noun disorder
- As in disorderedness : noun disorder
- As in disorderliness : noun disorder
- Within this week we have been studying a stream, which has alternated in its clearness and muddiness.
- Extract from : « Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. CCCXXXVI. October, 1843. Vol. LIV. » by Various
- She had acquired the London muddiness of complexion quickly, poor child, in the semi-subterranean life she led.
- Extract from : « The Message » by Alec John Dawson
- The horse played at drinking, pretending a thirst which it did not feel, and began to paw the clear water into muddiness.
- Extract from : « The Short Cut » by Jackson Gregory
- Memphis was then, and is now, famous for the beauty of her women, and the muddiness of her streets.
- Extract from : « The White Rose of Memphis » by William C. Falkner
- The reverse is muddiness, which is sure to come from too much fussing and overworking of wet paint.
- Extract from : « The Painter in Oil » by Daniel Burleigh Parkhurst
- In the following names the sense may be sometimes then that of muddiness, though in general, as I take it, that of sluggishness.
- Extract from : « The River-Names of Europe » by Robert Ferguson
- The horse that had been loaned to them was a speedy animal and they made good time despite the muddiness of the road.
- Extract from : « The Rover Boys on the Farm » by Arthur M. Winfield (AKA Edward Stratemeyer)
Synonyms for muddiness
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