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Adjective
Not arranged in order
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“The situation remains muddled in center field.”
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Not clear or coherent
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“Applying the new rules of Web writing to muddled thoughts is a bit like hiding dirty hands in clean gloves.”
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Confused, disorganised, in disarray
“The muddled thinking of the Government's transport policy.”
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Under the influence of alcohol
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Unintelligible and not able to be understood
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Visually indistinct
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(of an assessment of, reaction to, or feeling about something) Containing a mixture of both favourable and negative elements
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Acting in a confused or ineffectual way
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Badly adjusted to the demands and stresses of daily living
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Characterized by negative feelings or emotions
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Consisting of a variety of ingredients or parts
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(of a liquid) Cloudy, opaque, or thick with suspended matter
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Very complicated or detailed
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Excessively decorated
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With a twist to one side
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Embarrassed or guilty because of one's actions, characteristics, or associations
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To have made something more complex
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To have thrown into disorder
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“During cross-examination, lawyers muddle the order of questions, unwittingly or deliberately to confuse children.”
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Past tense for to confound or perplex someone
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“Pete's overuse of word salad would only serve to muddle her thoughts.”
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Past tense for to alter something from its true state, typically to deceive
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Past tense for to make, or cause to be, blur or dim
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Past tense for to become entangled or intertwined
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Past tense for to struggle or stagger clumsily in mud or water
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Past tense for to involve or draw into an activity situation
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Past tense for to mix up or agitate the contents of
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Past tense for to diminish the confidence or courage of
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Past tense for to talk or grumble in secret or in private
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Past tense for to succeed despite difficult circumstances
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In disorderly haste or confusion
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