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    1. a muddle whether to choose the blue salwar-kameez or the pink


    2. Unable to cope with the muddle of questions inundating her, Karla decided to go to bed and sleep on it before it drove her crazy


    3. It shows us what unquestionably leads to misery or happiness – we don’t have to muddle around


    4. I was going to check with the motor muddle but I never got around to it


    5. muddle my thoughts, it would all be exactly what I would need


    6. Half the adventure is making it up as you muddle along


    7. While the torpedo-carrying Beauforts were struggling against the continuing ground muddle, Bomber Command finally came to life


    8. Then, wake him up a half hour earlier than you have been and let him muddle along at his own pace


    9. Unfortunately, as with most tech oriented people, fixing people was the lesser of their skills, and sometimes, it was just best to let people muddle through their own issues rather than have an outside force step in and try to influence things


    10. The bridge writhed; everything was a muddle





































    1. nothing more than a little local dissent or muddled thinking, nonetheless these


    2. He refined his muddled thoughts to the point where he doubted that she was the Yingolian ghost for two reasons


    3. This caused them unimaginable distractions, upheavals, confusion, and suffering in general that would not be at all necessary if they only had been appropriately educated from the time they were little tots about the dangers of their massive burgeoning egos dominated by a congested stream of interminable, muddled thoughts


    4. Dane’s eyes narrowed as an earlier thought crept into his mind, still muddled


    5. Sitting up groggily, my muddled wits returning to me, I came to two realisations


    6. Bubbala was in trouble, as usual, she’d written notes to herself to remind herself what day it was and what she was doing but had got them muddled up


    7. When a society begins to lose its moral compass or becomes less critical of questionable points of views or unseemly behavior that diminishes an individual‘s intellectual and moral character, however, and when principled and far-sighted judgments(s) become increasingly muddled and uncertain and when that society fails to exercise reasonable discretion by indiscriminately embracing every hare-brained idea for tolerance sake or taking every (novel) proposition at its face value without giving serious thought to the matter and when an individual, lest he or she be perceived as close-minded or confrontational, remains on the sidelines as a casual observer rather than an active participant, such actions or inactions, whatever the case may be, must inevitably usher the moral and intellectual decline of that society


    8. So, I thought, my brain still muddled with exhaustion


    9. The idea of it, the pure idea, not the troubled muddled thing itself


    10. The drug in his vein had muddled his mind, but now he remembered; everything was suggestion and mind games






































































    1. One burly fellow stops in front of Cap, and then muddles,


    2. How one muddles up sound sometimes! So I lost my temper, and I went on the chance to the address bureau next day, and only fancy, in two minutes they looked you up! Your name is down there


    3. ‘Then we’re outside the law; rent explains nothing for us, but simply muddles us


    4. whatever happens and whatever muddles those at the top may make, we shall win


    5. "Then we're outside the law; rent explains nothing for us, but simply muddles us


    6. Muddles, grief for Mamma


    7. muddles, terrible muddles! Besides, I don’t love her—not as I should


    1. econoscience now while we’re still muddling in the


    2. He cleared his throat to stop the phlegm from muddling his voice


    3. The young teen comes to the conclusion that the adults, despite their assigned roles and titles, have not figured out much and are just muddling through


    4. Rather than muddling through years of


    5. The muddling thing was, was that it definitely wasn’t Hungary; Mark was sure of that and given that Mark and himself were of the same opinion, conversation on that point had ceased


    6. Muddling through the present within our grasp


    7. He wants to get rid of the smell that's been muddling up his mind and making it so hard to think clearly


    8. Muddling in panic, he pulled on the wrong chord,


    9. But if the qualities appertaining to either point of view are not studied separately, the result is confusion and the "muddling through" method so common in our schools of art


    10. “Who could tell which of them was to blame, and which was in debt to the other, with their crazy Karamazov way of muddling things so that no one could make head or tail of it?” He attributed the tragic crime to the habits that had become ingrained by ages of serfdom and the distressed condition of Russia, due to the lack of appropriate institutions

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    Synonyms for "muddle"

    fix hole jam kettle of fish mess muddle pickle clutter fuddle jumble mare's nest smother welter addle puddle difficulty predicament quandary involvement complication disarray disorder trouble disarrangement botch mess up stumble fumble bumble stir up foul up mix up bewilder fluster befuddle disturb perturb disarrange snarl entangle derange

    "muddle" definitions

    a confused multitude of things


    informal terms for a difficult situation


    make into a puddle


    mix up or confuse