Synonym: dark, gloomy. Similar words: turkey. Meaning: ['mɜrkɪ /'mɜːkɪ] adj. 1. (of especially liquids) clouded as with sediment 2. dark or gloomy.
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1, The light was too murky to continue playing.
2, She threw it into the river's murky depths.
3, The large lamplit room was murky with woodsmoke.
4, She had a decidedly murky past.
5, He had a somewhat murky past.
6, The law here is a little bit murky.
7, The laws on intellectual property are murky.
8, Rain poured down from the murky skies.
9, She gazed into the murky depths of the water.
10, London's streets, murky with November fog.
11, The river was brown and murky after the storm.
12, The truth about your murky past is safe with me — my lips are sealed.
13, He became involved in the murky world of international drug-dealing.
14, I don't want to get into the murky waters of family arguments.
15, At the end of the movie his murky past catches up with him.
16, There has been a murky conspiracy to keep them out of power.
17, The conversation got into the murky waters of jealousy and relationships.
18, Clinton trod on to murky terrain.
19, Multi-dimensional scaling can help to clear the murky waters.
20, But the final result always remains murky.
21, They whizzed and flew and darted into murky comers.
22, The future of digital music is a bit murky.
23, He found himself walking slowly through narrow and murky slum streets flanked by tall tenement houses.
24, As we flew into the airport,[http://sentencedict.com/murky.html] we could see a murky yellow smog hovering over the city.
25, In the last two chapters of the book, she enters the murky waters of male sexuality.
26, People still exhibit articles for sale on the quayside for visiting cruise ships, but boys no longer dive into the murky waters.
27, Catfish of several species do so and appear to be calling to one another as they move in murky water.
28, Written just a few summers ago, on one of those murky, briny twilights on the island.
29, Water that was clear and alive with wildlife as recently as the late 1940s is now murky and almost lifeless.
30, Without these guideposts, the view deep into the year has grown very murky.
More similar words: turkey.