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Synonyms for murky

Synonyms for murky

deficient in brightness

lacking vividness in color

heavy, dark, or dense, especially with impurities

having sediment or foreign particles stirred up or suspended

Synonyms for murky

(of liquids) clouded as with sediment

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dark or gloomy

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State broadcaster CyBC said some Paphos residents reported their tap water smelled badly and looked murky.
MURKY Few ventured out on to Tiananmen Square yesterday - and many who did wore a mask
The farmer said that he managed four of the family members out of the river, but the three children drowned with the car in the murky waters.
Jessica, who had to swim in murky water and get the keys to the chest out from two giant rubber snakes, moaned: "I can't believe I wore my best bikini for this.
He said: "I don't like the word murky in this context.
The internet is home to murky chatrooms and faceless social networking sites.
1985 Combining a whodunit mystery, bonkers sci-fi conspiracies and environmental myths, this show presaged and maybe even outstripped the X-Files in terms of paranoid plot-twisty-ness and general murky goings on at the highest levels of government.
3 : not clearly expressed or understood a murky explanation <The details were murky and vague.
Indeed, it's a far cry from the travel advice I was once given t in my early 20s before a visit to Kenya: 'Stay away from murky water and murky ladies
Andrew Hetzel, founder of Cafemakers, LLC and Murky Coffee president, Nicholas Cho are each slated to serve a two-year term on the internationally recognized barista competitions board.
BRITISH divers were searching a murky reservoir yesterday for the body of missing Madeleine McCann.
The demands of work and an exhausting training schedule mean that by the time he gets home and sorts himself out he has already entered the dark and murky world of allnight TV.
I really can see why because, recently, I climbed the end-of-the-year fence to peer into the murky future proffered by 2007.
In May 2002, members of a local scuba diving club combed the murky bottom of nearby Palmdale Lake but turned up nothing.
More to the point, however, they also bring attention to a murky phase of the war, and highlight the personalities of the leaders involved on both sides.