murky [adj] gloomy, obscure black, caliginous, cheerless, cloudy, dark, darkened, dim, dingy, dirty, dismal, drab, dreary, dull, dun*, dusk, dusky, filthy, foggy, foul, fuzzy, glowering, gray, grubby*, impenetrable, lowering, misty, mucky, muddy, nasty, nebulous, nubilous, overcast, roily, sad, smoky, somber, squalid, stormy, tenebrous, turbid, unclean; concepts 617,618 —Ant. bright, clear, light, luminous, sparkling, unobscured

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  • Murky — Murk y, a. [Compar. {Murkier}; superl. {Murkiest}.] [OE. mirke, merke, AS. myrce, mirce; akin to Icel. myrkr, Dan. & Sw. m[ o]rk.] 1. Dark; gloomy. The murkiest den. Shak. [1913 Webster] A murky deep lowering o er our heads. Addison. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • murky — [mʉr′kē] adj. murkier, murkiest [ME mirky] 1. dark or gloomy 2. heavy and obscure with smoke, mist, etc. [the murky air] SYN. DARK murkily adv. murkiness n …   English World dictionary

  • Murky — Murky, Tonstück für das Clavier, von munterm Charakter, dessen Baß aus Einem Ton besteht, welcher abwechselnd mit seiner Octave angeschlagen wird; Nachahmung des Dudelsacks …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Murky — Murky, Ton stück für das Klavier, munteren Charakters, dessen Baß aus gebrochenen Octaven besteht …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • murky — index obscure (faint), privy, unclear Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • murky — mid 14c., from MURK (Cf. murk) + Y (Cf. y) (2). Rare before 17c. Related: Murkily; murkiness …   Etymology dictionary

  • murky — obscure, gloomy, *dark, dim, dusky Analogous words: *turbid, muddy, roily: lowering, glowering, glooming or gloomy (see corresponding verbs at FROWN): lurid, grim, *ghastly Contrasted words: *bright, brilliant, radiant, effulgent: illuminated,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • murky — ► ADJECTIVE (murkier, murkiest) 1) dark and gloomy. 2) (of water) dirty or cloudy. 3) deliberately obscure so as to conceal dishonesty or immorality. DERIVATIVES murkily adverb murkiness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • murky — [[t]mɜ͟ː(r)ki[/t]] murkier, murkiest 1) ADJ GRADED A murky place or time of day is dark and rather unpleasant because there is not enough light. The large lamplit room was murky with woodsmoke... It happened at Stamford Bridge one murky November… …   English dictionary

  • murky — murk|y [ˈmə:ki US ˈmə:r ] adj 1.) dark and difficult to see through ▪ murky water 2.) complicated and difficult to understand = ↑obscure ▪ The laws on intellectual property are murky. ▪ the murky waters (=complicated subject) of sexuality and… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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