mudbath


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mudbath

(ˈmʌdˌbɑːθ)
n
1. (Complementary Medicine) a medicinal bath in heated mud
2. a dirty or muddy occasion, state, etc
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SEX goddess Carmen Electra shrieked as she had a mudbath for her latest raunchy photo shoot.
The heavy rain had turned the track into a mudbath but the 7-4 favourite was undeterred, attacking his fences with relish.
If you can't make it to the mystical mudbath don't worry, I'll be your eyes and ears so you know what's really going on.
Royal Court produced a performance of grit and determination in a Chester mudbath to crown a memorable week for Robert Sangster.
John McStay is still in shock after suffering the mudbath conditions at Spartans' City Park in a 0- 0 Cup draw.
Aston Villa lost on a much worse surface some weeks earlier with no moaning and Southampton took a point on a mudbath without complaint.
Heavy rain changed the Staffordshire track into a mudbath, conditions ideal for Goonyella and his young jockey Jonny Burke.
Add in the fact that the Valley Parade resembles a mudbath, and all of a sudden the ingredients for an upset are all there.
By teatime, however, the site could turn to a mudbath as heavy showers lash the 1,200-acre site in Somerset.
It was an absolute mudbath and yes I thrived on it and loved it, especially as we won.
Bangor could find the going tough on Bala's mudbath, while Port Talbot will be looking to complete the double over Afan Lido.
He was to score three goals in seven games, with a brilliant 30-yarder in this game against Sunderland after Kevin Donovan had put the hosts 1-0 up earlier in the Hawthorns' mudbath.