It will look a little weak and unsystematic, which concerns me and some bad things could muddle through.
Governments manage to muddle through much more often than you think they possibly can.
And while it has struggled with road and energy infrastructure improvements, it has managed to muddle through with real progress.
When we are confronted with great issues, it is our habit, or so we are fond of saying, to 'muddle through'.
So I say to you: muddle through your worries quickly, kjaere.
Somehow, and despite every conceivable obstacle, it had managed to muddle through, and now it was ready for its work.
We did not know the situation, and we had bought Berande, and there was nothing to do but hang on and muddle through somehow.
The allied peoples were meanwhile content to muddle through in the old way.
The less you try to muddle through by means of poor human instruments in this well-ordered world the better.
We can only muddle through difficulties, and help others to do the same.
1590s, "destroy the clarity of" (a transferred sense); literal sense ("to bathe in mud") is from c.1600; perhaps frequentative formation from mud, or from Dutch moddelen "to make (water) muddy," from the same Proto-Germanic source. Sense of "to make muddy" is from 1670s; that of "make confused" first recorded 1680s. Meaning "to bungle" is from 1885. Related: Muddled; muddling.
1818, from muddle (v.).