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Use 'murky' to describe a scene where things aren’t visually clear, often due to poor lighting or sediment. SlideAs night fell, the forest became a murky maze of shadows.
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'Murky' can also figuratively suggest something that's hard to comprehend, like abstract concepts. SlideHis explanation was as murky as a fogged window.
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'Murky' can convey a sense of unease or foreboding in an environment. SlideThe old house had a murky aura that gave them goosebumps.