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  • adj. pertaining to mud, muddy

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Muddy; turbid; thick.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Muddy; turbid; thick.


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From Latin lutulentus ("dirty, impure"), from lutum ("mud, dirt")


  • The second most annoying thing is the unbelievable verbosity of style - the river Don is described as "lutulent" when Turpin crosses it, and I have no idea what that word means.

    May Books 12) Rookwood, by William Harrison Ainsworth

  • Concerning themselves little about their own steeds, the party took those which first offered, and embarking man and horse in the boat, soon pushed across the waters of the lutulent Don.



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  • His campaign is nasty and lutulent;

    In Donald's discourse is brute intent.

    With so much mud flung

    A portion has clung

    To judge by the lingering putrid scent.

    April 1, 2016

  • "... a downwardtending lutulent reality ..."

    Joyce, Ulysses, 14

    January 20, 2007