a fracture, part of a desiccation pattern, caused by the drying out and shrinking of silt or clay.
noun 1. any of several wasps of the family Sphecidae that build a nest of mud cells and provision it with spiders or insects. noun 1. any of various wasps of the family Sphecidae, that construct cells of mud or clay in which they lay their eggs and store live insects as food for the […]
[muhd] /mʌd/ noun 1. wet, soft earth or earthy matter, as on the ground after rain, at the bottom of a pond, or along the banks of a river; mire. 2. Informal. scandalous or malicious assertions or information: The opposition threw a lot of mud at our candidate. 3. Slang. brewed coffee, especially when strong […]
[muhd-er] /ˈmʌd ər/ noun 1. a racehorse able to perform well on a wet, muddy track. 2. an athlete who performs well in muddy conditions. n. “horse that runs well in muddy conditions,” 1903, from mud (n.). noun A racehorse that runs very well on a muddy track (1905+ Horse racing)
games Synonym mudhead. More common in Great Britain, possibly because system administrators there like to mutter “bloody muddies” when annoyed at the species. [Jargon File]