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Etymology 1[edit]

Comparative form of muddy



  1. comparative form of muddy: more muddy

Etymology 2[edit]

muddy +‎ -er (agentive suffix)


muddier (plural muddiers)

  1. One who muddies or obscures something.
    • 1997, Charles Manning Hope Clark, ‎Speaking Out of Turn: Lectures and Speeches, 1940-1991 (page 33)
      These people will be standing on entrenched ground; they will not be distracted or seduced by the trivialisers, or the muddiers of the waters. Above all, those who care, including you, will be watching to see the direction of the great river of life.