He dashes in a few drops of bitters, and then gently crushes the sugar with a muddler.
And I'm sure that muddler won't never think no more about it.
A meddler is always a muddler;' how well I remember her saying that.
She called him a muddler and a slouch, and other invidious names, for his slackness and his disregard of healthful food.
Richard ran the country well enough for a time or two, and he's been a muddler from his childhood.
Dear knows there would be a pair of them—one's as much of a muddler as the other!
Thomas, your sister favours you in being a poor, grizzling sort of a muddler.