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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

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(of liquids) clouded as with sediment

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dark or gloomy

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Such a robot would be slow, like the black ghost knifefish, but it would swim forward and backward, roll, and parallel park like the real thing, and it would extend the range of underwater robots to the murkiest of environments.
regarded as "one of the murkiest [legal] standards," and
Is it because, under his leadership, the game I love the most seemed forever destined to be played under the murkiest of clouds?
Such poems don't allow the speaker to wade into the murkiest waters, the hardest truths.
Stanley's committee should be commended for doing what they can to lift the stones and let light shine on some of the Government's murkiest business.
"I come down here everyday and the water is the murkiest and dirtiest I've seen it for a long time - it's awful to think someone is in there.
When gauged against the level of scandals in world sport this will surely be ranked as one of athletics's murkiest moments.
Most people find pond dipping fascinating; seeing the range of creatures that live in even the smallest, murkiest waters is great fun and can often lead to an interest into adulthood.
THE LAST month has been the murkiest as far as the Board of Control for Cricket in India ( BCCI) is concerned.
more research into the murkiest and most interesting feature of the
Michael Sheehy, a Worcester-based internal medicine physician with Reliant Medical Group thinks that pain management is "one of the murkiest."
Despite a different recent study showing that Austria's public administration was one of the murkiest systems in the world, people still ranked public administration, offices and agencies in second place, with 64 percent (60 percent in 2011), followed by justice administration and courts in third place with 63 percent.
"The specifics of D&O policy coverage vary enormously." He added that where matters typically get murkiest, and most fraught with acrimony, is when the institution has become insolvent.
The effective educator is supposed to "solidify learning after constructed experience with clear labels" and with "articulation of metacognition" (among the murkiest words in the education lexicon).