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Definition of "muddled" []

  • To mix up (objects, items, etc); jumble (verb)
  • To confuse (verb)
  • To make (water) muddy or turbulent (verb)
  • To mix or stir (alcoholic drinks, etc) (verb)
  • A state of physical or mental confusion (noun)
  • Confused, disorganised, in disarray. (adjective)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of muddle. (verb)

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Use "muddled" in a sentence
  • "I have been getting the title muddled up with a track on the new Client album which is called"
  • "Some analysts criticized what they called a muddled policy message from the bank after Gov."
  • "Another point that Sanchez muddled is that the liberal leaning of many reporters (lucky for someone like me who devotes his life to eradicating hate crime!) is far more of a socio-cultural issue than a religious one."