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muddled

[ muhd-ld ]
/ ˈmʌd ld /
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adjective
mixed up, confused, or disordered:The rejection is based on faulty underlying assumptions and muddled thinking.
muddy, clouded, or obscured; murky: After a long winter season, your pool is most likely a tub of muddled water with foliage and twigs floating about.
(of an ingredient) mixed, crushed, or mashed into a drink, especially with a muddler: The freshly muddled kiwi adds an unexpected flavor to this handmade cocktail.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of muddle.
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Origin of muddled

OTHER WORDS FROM muddled

un·mud·dled, adjective
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