bemuddle

[ bih-muhd-l ]
/ bɪˈmʌd l /

verb (used with object), be·mud·dled, be·mud·dling.

to muddle or confuse (someone).

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Origin of bemuddle

First recorded in 1860–65; be- + muddle

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