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No, muddy is a adjective because it describes something. Muddy boy Muddy boots Muddy day
a muddy fish
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No the word muddy is not a noun at all. The word muddy is an adjective.
Muddy is an adjective in a normal situation, but in British English, you can 'muddy up' something, or 'muddy yourself', so both yes and no.
Yes, muddy is an adjective.
Yes, muddy do have.
No, the word muddy is not an adverb. Muddy is an adjective.The adverb form of the word is muddily.
A muddy bee is a ground bee. A muddy bee is bees that live in the ground.
A muddy beehind
abounding in or covered with mud sentence:You are so muddy from outside! sentence:Why are you muddy?
other word for muddy
Muddier is the comparative of muddy.
It is used to open the muddy chest
Muddy Ruel is 5' 9".
Muddy Waters is 5' 9".
The word muddy is an adjective. It means to be covered with mud. Muddy can also be a verb meaning to get mud on something.
Splashing your friend in a muddy pond.
Muddy waters was a succesful blues artist and singer.