murky adjective \ˈmər-kē\
: very dark or foggy
of a liquid : not clear
: not clearly expressed or understood
: characterized by a heavy dimness or obscurity caused by or like that caused by overhanging fog or smoke
: characterized by thickness and heaviness of air : foggy, misty
Examples of MURKY
- She peered into one of the church's murky chapels.
- a politician with a murky past
First Known Use of MURKY
Related to MURKY
- black, caliginous, darkened, darkish, darkling, darksome, dim, dimmed, dusk, dusky, gloomy, lightless, dark, obscure, obscured, pitch-black, pitch-dark, pitchy, rayless, somber (or sombre), stygian, tenebrific, tenebrous, unlit
- bright, brightened, brilliant, illuminated, illumined, light, lit (or lighted), lightsome, lucent, lucid, luminous
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