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mucilage any of various sticky preparations or substances used as adhesives. [2 definitions]
mucilaginous of, concerning, secreting, or resembling mucilage; soft, moist, and sticky.
muck organic matter in decomposition; manure. [7 definitions]
muckrake to investigate and expose misconduct or corruption, esp. on the part of political or business leaders.
muckraker one who investigates and exposes misconduct or corruption, esp. on the part of political or business leaders.
muck up (informal) to make a mess of; throw into confusion; botch.
mucosa a membrane that secretes mucus, lining all body parts that are in direct or indirect contact with the exterior.
mucous producing, secreting, or containing mucus. [2 definitions]
mucous membrane a lubricating membrane that lines various surfaces or organs, as of the respiratory, digestive, and genitourinary tracts.
mucus a viscid substance that is secreted by the lubricating membrane that lines bodily passages and organs, and that acts as a moist, protective coating of their walls.
mud earth that has been turned soft and sticky by wetting, as by rain. [2 definitions]
mud dauber any of various wasps that build cells of mud for their larvae.
mudder a racehorse that runs well on a muddy track.
muddle to cause confusion or disorder in; mix up or jumble. [6 definitions]
muddle-headed mentally confused.
muddler a person who does things in a confused, disorganized manner. [2 definitions]
muddle through to accomplish a purpose or achieve a goal despite lack of knowledge or organization.
muddy covered or smeared with, or having abundant, mud. [6 definitions]
mudfish any of various fishes, such as the bowfin, inhabiting mud or muddy water.
mud flat a tract of land that is covered at high tide and exposed at low tide.
mudflow a large, usu. downward flow of wet earth.