1. (of liquids) clouded as with sediment
    a cloudy liquid
    murky waters
    muddy coffee
  2. dark or gloomy
    murky rooms lit by smoke-blackened lamps
    a murky dungeon
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How To Use mirky In A Sentence

  • Another rematch is KY-3 (Louisville), in which Proud Liberal John Yarmuth is up double-digits over Smirky-fellator Anne Northup, whom he upset in 2006. Polls: Dems Could Sweep House Rematches
  • Bush found a way to piss me off even in a charitable moment by the smirky way he said “Just send your cash”. Think Progress » Bush repudiates criticisms that Obama is ‘politicizing’ Haiti: ‘I don’t know what they’re talking about.’
  • It was his fatuous, smirky tone and insubstantial jibes.
  • Now there was a pair – the first a diplomat sharing American good will overseas by hurling in the lap of the Japanese premier, the second destroying our image, incapable of speaking in extended sentences – he of the smirky grin, and lying to chase oil in the Middle East and to restore his Daddy's besmirked reputation. GOP senator warns of 'minor revolution' over health care
  • One work deadline turned into three, I received an urgent message from Jacob's school to have a meeting about his smirky, end-of-fifth-grade-attitude towards a kid who was bugging the bits out of him, and while making school lunches that morning, I felt like I was in the tilt-a-whirl at Disneyworld. Karen Brody: Are You There, Sleep? It's Me, A Mom On The Edge
  • It's all so ... caffeinated, so ... smirky. Times, Sunday Times
  • And the snow in the mirky midnoon across the lealand drive. The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs
  • The brilliant Camille Paglia (who has the gift of becoming more and not less interesting with age) pointed out in Salon that Obama's "smirky" smearers have been busying themselves so assiduously with Rush Limbaugh that they forgot they have a second job: helping America's chief executive govern the country. Ashley Rindsberg: Century of Smear: Obama, Rush Limbaugh, and Wikipedia
  • They could have called the restaurant anything - why hook it with this smirky, leather-bound, ivy-clad handle? Times, Sunday Times
  • The only real problem is Peter Pan himself, played by a smirky young American with frosted tips.
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