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to soil with mud

Synonyms for mud

water soaked soil

slanderous remarks or charges

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soil with mud, muck, or mire

plaster with mud

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And as he prepared to head north he admitted he now feels ready to step out of the shadows of the British legends that have gone before.
The following day, Tony Hadley, front man of iconic British legends Spandau Ballet, will close the weekend of concerts within the inner walls of the castle.
Harry can now be seen in online series Great British Legends, made by Vauxhall Motors, which profiles entertainment and sports stars.
Reigning Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli, British legends Greg Rusedski and Virginia Wade and a host of tennis legends and rising stars of the ATP and WTA circuits will take part in the tournament.
With their rousing anthems of death and glory, allied to Iron Maiden-esque melody - As Loke Falls could have been written by the British legends - the Academy was turned into a sea of raised arms, clenched fists and lusty war cries.
And young visitors can also enjoy hands-on fun and activities based around a host of traditional British legends over the summer.
The starting gun was fired in 1970, in a show which featured two bona fide British legends - boxer Henry Cooper and footballing icon George Best.
MEET the stars of Suzuki, including 1993 World 500cc Grand Prix Champion Kevin Schwantz, Japan's only TT winner Mitsuo Ito, as well as British legends such as Graeme Crosby, Chris Walker, John Reynolds, and the Relentless Suzuki by TAS Team riders of Bruce Anstey, Adrian Archibald and Ian Lowry.
I can still remember the days when watching the track-and-field action from either an Olympics or a World Championship would be the highlight of the summer - British legends like Christie, Cram, Coe and Elliott going toe to toe with the cream of Africa and America.
EMI, for its part, is hoping pre-Christmas sales of albums from established British legends Pink Floyd and would-be legend Robbie Williams will make for a merrier holiday season.
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