What is another word for muddy up?
[ mˈʌdi ˈʌp], [ mˈʌdi ˈʌp], [ m_ˈʌ_d_i_ ˈʌ_p]
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How to use "Muddy up" in context?
actually means "to dirty or muddy up," and it is used to describe either the state of being dirty or muddy, or the act of making something dirty or muddy. When we say that something is "muddy up," we mean that its condition has deteriorated, or that it has become saturated with mud or other substances. When we say "to muddy up someone's good name," we are implying that the person's reputation has been damaged or sullied.
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