mud stain


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Noun1.mud stain - a stain produced by mud
discoloration, discolouration, stain - a soiled or discolored appearance; "the wine left a dark stain"
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Are they blood stains, or mud stains, or rust stains, or fruit stains, or what are they?
They may carry the odd scrape or mud stain but many Boro fans will swear they still have a golden glow.
FORTY-SIX years young, Mickey Keenan has booked his place in the Nationwide Irish Cup final - and Portadown's age-defying keeper got there without a single mud stain on his jersey.
But this mud stain on the shirt washed in the conventional machine is a bit disappointing.
The plain, dark blue shirt, with original 1931 mud stain on its white collar, is the only shirt from that history-making Blues' team still known to be extant.
I asked him if I can put it in the washing machine and he said, 'No, you can't wash it because it has mud stains on it'
Brown mud stains scarred the hull which was gashed and dented after being crushed under its own weight.
Denim shorts are a great option because they're so easy to wear and go with pretty much anything, although sometimes, especially after a few days of festival frolics, they can look grubby so add a sparkly top for some glammed-up style and nobody will bat an eyelid at the mud stains.
I needn't have worried - two hours after we'd arrived, you couldn't tell the difference between her mud stains and chocolate ice cream smears as she waved her glowsticks in the air and jumped up and down to the music.