mudslide


mud·slide

noun \ˈməd-ˌslīd\

: a large mass of wet earth that suddenly and quickly moves down the side of a mountain or hill

Full Definition of MUDSLIDE

1
:  mudflow
2
:  a cocktail made with coffee liqueur, vodka, and cream

Examples of MUDSLIDE

  1. The heavy rain triggered a mudslide.

First Known Use of MUDSLIDE

1874

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