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mud pie

n
(Games, other than specified) a mass of mud moulded into a pie-like shape by a child
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Noun1.mud pie - a mass of mud that a child has molded into the shape of piemud pie - a mass of mud that a child has molded into the shape of pie
mud, clay - water soaked soil; soft wet earth
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Translations

mud pie

nformina di fango
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Just wait ten years, and see if we don't," said Amy, who sat in a corner making mud pies, as Hannah called her little clay models of birds, fruit, and faces.
He would be at five thousand per cent discount out at nurse making a mud pie at nine in the morning, and (being inquired for) would go up to five thousand per cent premium before noon.
Your child may be more interested in making mud pies, collecting worms or digging pointless holes, but these are valuable childhood pastimes and only to be encouraged.
CHILDREN at a Moldgreen nursery will be able to make mud pies and explore the great outdoors again thanks to a kind-hearted Holmfirth man.
Besides the likes of enjoying a plodge in the mud at Gibside and making the sloppiest of mud pies at Seaton Delaval Hall, ideas include helping to plant 100,000 snowdrops at Wallington and building a bird box at Souter Lighthouse.
Pancakes, mud pies, waves and sand--nothing is too small or too ordinary to inspire a little gratitude.
Casey and Samuel's winning film showed everyday people being asked to recall their most happy childhood moment, like climbing a tree, making mud pies, etc.
(Mud pies!) One of the country's largest urban nature-based play areas opened last fall in Southeast Portland's Westmoreland Park, as part of a project converting a duck pond into wetlands.
They had never planted a seed or made mud pies and instead they preferred to play computer games indoors.
Obst calls the quadrants mud pies (boys and men aged 12 to 24), berry pies (girls and women under 24), pecan pies (men over 24) and apple pies (women over 24).
| Making mud pies and cakes: An old favourite, encourage them to look for different coloured soils to create layer cakes - what better way to learn that soil varies in colour and texture?