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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It was a white rhino with a small calf, enjoying a wonderful mudbath.
A couple said their garden had become a "mudbath" where nothing will grow after the owners of a disused pub failed to cut back trees hanging over it.
Brechin defender Willie Dyer has warned United to be ready for Glebe Park's "mudbath".
A DELUGE-HIT music festival was halted over safety fears as tents and cars faced being submerged in a mudbath.
Fortunately the weather held so it didn't turn into a complete mudbath at the Longbridge park, which was a good job as there were no showers to clean up in afterwards.
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.
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.
He said that the lovers dipped their toes in the dirt by sharing a detoxing mudbath with Kate's 25-year-old brother James.
While the footballers of Walsall and Portsmouth play their first match of 2013 in the soggy West Midlands and the rugby players of Worcester and Leicester get their year started on a mudbath, the cream of the US Tour are gathered in the beautiful surroundings of Kapalua in Maui.
But after being outfought on a mudbath pitch they were literally left on Stenny's coat-tails as Tommy Steel's double earned Stenny a money-spinning clash with Hibs.