[muhd-suhk-er] /ˈmʌdˌsʌk ər/ noun 1. a goby, Gillichthys mirabilis, of California, used as bait.
noun 1. any of several small, freshwater turtles of the family Kinosternidae, of North and South America, as the dark-brown Kinosternon subrubrum, of the U.S. noun 1. any of various small turtles of the genus Kinosternon and related genera that inhabit muddy rivers in North and Central America: family Kinosternidae
noun the world of baseball, esp. in reference to the ups-and-downs of fandom Examples There is no joy in Mudville for the Chicago Cubs fans. Word Origin from E.L. Thayer poem Casey at the Bat
noun 1. a vent in the earth’s surface through which escaping gas and vapor issue, causing mud to boil and occasionally to overflow, forming a conical mound around the vent. noun 1. a cone-shaped mound formed from fine mud ejected, with gases and water, from hot springs, geysers, etc, in volcanic regions