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Word of the Week

(use it in a sentence, leave it in a comment)

Murky

[mur – kee]

adjective

1. heavy and thick with smoke, mist, or fog. 2. darkened or clouded with sediment

Apparently there are beautiful brightly coloured fish in the river, but the water is so murky I’ve never seen any.

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4 thoughts on “Word of the Week

  1. Eduardo on said:

    That man is so mysterious, it is very difficult to see what are his intentions, he has a murky personality.

  2. We went canoeing on the river Vezère a few weeks ago. Although the water was rather murky we managed to find a few clean areas where we could swim.

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