A small quantity of dirty standing water; a muddy plash; a small pool.
Clay, or a mixture of clay and sand, kneaded or worked, when wet, to render it impervious to water.
To make foul or muddy; to pollute with dirt; to mix dirt with (water).
To make dense or close, as clay or loam, by working when wet, so as to render impervious to water.
To make impervious to liquids by means of puddle; to apply puddle to.
To make a dirty stir.
A whirl left in the water from the blade slipping as the rower pulls.
Soaking alluvial wash to make it easier to recover the gold. Gold panning was sometimes referred to as puddling a dish. A puddling machine that was whim operated used a horse to walk around a circular trough to rake over water soaked paydirt.
a mixture of wet clay and sand that can be used to line a pond and that is impervious to water when dry
a small body of standing water (rainwater) or other liquid; "there were puddles of muddy water in the road after the rain"; "the body lay in a pool of blood"
dip into mud before planting; "puddle young plants"
work a wet mixture, such as concrete or mud
make a puddle by splashing water
a very small water volume ( like a spilled bucket of water )
The water movement caused by the action of the oars. The size and shape of the puddle are indications of the amount of power put into the stroke.
Watertight lining of the canal. Made up of clay worked up with water to a smooth consistency and spread onto the bottom and sides of the canal.
Swirl / disturbance left in the water after the blade has been extracted at the end of the stroke.
a small body of water that draws other small bodies wearing new shoes into it.
To find yourself stepping into puddles of clear water in a dream, denotes a vexation, but some redeeming good in the future. If the water be muddy, unpleasantness will go a few rounds with you. To wet your feet by stepping into puddles, foretells that your pleasure will work you harm afterwards.
an accumulation of melt water on an ice surface, mainly due to melting snow, but in later stages also to the melting of ice; the initial stage consists of patches of slush.
A puddle is a small accumulation of liquid, usually water, uncontained on a surface. It can form either in depressions in the surface, or directly upon the flat surface, held together by surface tension. A puddle is generally considered to be small enough to step over or shallow enough to walk through, and too small to traverse with a boat, raft or submarine.