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- n. A hole full of mud, especially one in a road
- n. A hole near the bottom of a steam boiler, through which the sediment is withdrawn.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A hole, or hollow place, containing mud, as in a road.
- n. A hole near the bottom, through which the sediment is withdrawn.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A place full of mud; a spot where there is mud of considerable depth; a depression where water and mud stand, as in a road.
- n. In steam-engines, an orifice with steamtight covering in the bottom of a boiler, through which the sediment is removed. Also mudvalve.
- n. A salt-water lagoon in which whales are captured.
- n. A soft spot in granite due to decomposition.
mud + hole (Wiktionary)