Murky

• (superl.) Dark; obscure; gloomy.
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murky

mirky adjective dark or gloomy; `a murky dungeon`; `murky rooms lit by smoke-blackened lamps`
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murky

[Adjective] Something which is dark or unclear.
Example: The water in the pond was very murky and you couldn't see the bottom.
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Murky

Murk'y adjective [ Compar. Murkier ; superl. Murkiest .] [ Middle English mirke , merke , Anglo-Saxon myrce , mirce ; akin to Icelandic myrkr , Dan. & Swedish mörk .] Dark; obscure; gloomy. 'Th...
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murky

[adj] - so shaded as to be dark or gloomy
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