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mud·der

 (mŭd′ər)
n.
One that performs well in muddy conditions, as a racehorse, athlete, or pickup truck.

mudder

(ˈmʌdə)
n
1. (Horse Racing) a horse that runs well in the wet and mud
2. (General Sporting Terms) an athlete that performs well or is not deterred by wet or muddy conditions

mud•der

(ˈmʌd ər)

n.
a racehorse able to perform well on a wet muddy track.
[1900–05]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mudder - a racehorse that runs well on a muddy racetrack
bangtail, race horse, racehorse - a horse bred for racing
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The little girl upbraided him, "Youse allus fightin', Jimmie, an' yeh knows it puts mudder out when yehs come home half dead, an' it's like we'll all get a poundin'.
Is yer fader beatin' yer mudder, or yer mudder beatin' yer fader?
Der liddle brudders an' sisters go to school, vear good clothes, haf better pread an' meat; der mudder lif fat, dere iss joy in der eye, an' she iss proud of her good boy Joe.
Nefer mind vat I say, but he buy der good house for der mudder.
For mudders (and mudders-to-be), one must be tough or must train to be tough.
This first start wave of the day allows Mudders to push themselves to a new level.
The Reach Around requires a lot of upper body strength and dexterity from the mudders.
Will Dean, CEO and co-Founder of Tough Mudder Inc, said: "With Tough Mudder 5k we can now welcome even more Mudders into the tribe - from people who have never tried a Tough Mudder event before and want a flavour of our infamous camaraderie, to wellseasoned Mudders who would like to try new obstacles and bring friends in tow.
Chris had completed a gruelling Tough Mudders obstacle course only days before being mown down.
Who am I going to run Tough Mudders, Bear Grylls races, Marathons, Welsh 3000s with now?
To help parents find initial 'safe' adventures, Ed is promoting the current Fruit Shoot Mini Mudders, a series of one-mile obstacle course mud runs held throughout the country for children aged between seven and 12 years.
To help parents find initial "safe" adventures, Ed is promoting the current Fruit Shoot Mini Mudders, a series of one-mile obstacle course mud runs held throughout the country for children aged between seven and 12 years.