- muddle along,
- muddle through,
Origin of mudder
Examples from the Web for mudder
Dat remark dat he married only for a mudder for his child—dat's all in my heye!The River's Children|Ruth McEnery Stuart
I gin it sum Cider Berry Juice an' tole its mudder to fotch me a tater.The Dismal Swamp and Lake Drummond, Early recollections|Robert Arnold
Man nem Jan Han Sun go home his wife—no can fine who mudder.'
The first thing that one”––pointing to Pythagoras––“said was, ‘Mudder went away and took the baby, Diogenes, with her.’Our Next-Door Neighbors|Belle Kanaris Maniates
Dat ar boy trains roun arter his mudder like a cosset, he does.The Minister's Wooing|Harriet Beecher Stowe
"horse that runs well in muddy conditions," 1903, from mud (n.).