mud-caked

mud-caked

adj
covered with mud or dirt
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Ringside as the two warriors returned, Altior and Nico de Boinville mud-caked and Un De Sceaux, pristine of head and colours, it would have been easy to mistake the victor and who had rubbed the other's face in it.
Muddy marvellous Twitter was awash with cracking pics to celebrate Non-League Day but this snapshot of a mud-caked, roly-poly goalie perfectly summed up everything that's great about that level of football.
The mud-caked bodies were dug up on Friday, bringing the death toll to 29 in the disaster that struck on Thursday.
Flash floods had killed 19 people, but it was the surreal sight of dead bears, mud-caked lions and a hippo that caught the world's attention.
Beating Manchester City in the FA Cup is one thing, but negotiating a barren, mud-caked pitch is quite another.
A mud-caked 14-year-old girl was among the dozens rescued on the ground on Tuesday.
A mud-caked 14-year-old girl was pulled from a collapsed home where she had been trapped for hours in Montecito.
Helicopters were used to pluck more than 50 people from rooftops because downed trees and power lines blocked roads, and dozens more were rescued on the ground, including a mud-caked 14-year-old girl pulled from a collapsed Montecito home where she had been trapped for hours.
"Unless your dream Taj Mahal visit involves being photographed standing in front of a mud-caked and be-scaffolded dome, maybe give it until 2019 at the earliest," the guide recommends.
The event has proved increasingly irresistible for photographers and journalists, who swarm around the mud-caked men.
Young men herd cattle through the mud-caked streets of Pibor, South Sudan (AP)
Twenty-three years later, in MAMA 1, 2016, we saw the Polish artist sitting naked, grizzled, and mud-caked, in nature--or, rather, we gazed upon a plaster simulacrum of Althamer, positioned cross-legged within an indoor wilderness.