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muddled (up)

intoxicated. I've had a little too much muddler, I think. Anyway, I'm muddled. Larry is too muddled up to drive.
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muddled

verb
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At least, I think he got good feel muddled up with feelgood.
Zen Master: Made with cucumber and fresh lemon muddled with Stoli Razberi and topped with Sprite, this drink "will put you on the path to enlightenment as he captures your mind, body and spirit," the restaurant says.
Yes, it does send a muddled message to our youngsters.
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They included husbands and wives who got muddled up with the new system and signed each other's postal votes.
Slow and ultimately muddled, this effort wastes some fine acting and dialogue on a poorly staged drama that should end up saying more than it does.
He s got considerably less to do in this muddled movie, which never seems clear which Holocaust story it wants to tell and thus tries to tell all of them.
The airline is not to be muddled with Volare an Italian airline being acquired by Air One and the subject of a bid by Alitalia, which has been thrown out by the courts.
There is emotional growth and development as Helen and boyfriend Leo experience first sex but the intergenerational message is muddled as Professor Larkin contemplates relations with his students.
With Memorial Project Minamata, however, he to some extent relaxes his hold on the visual magical realism that has animated his best work to date (one earlier video, for example, featured the submersion of a writhing New Year's dragon puppet) and as a result the work becomes somewhat dry and muddled.
Youngsters first babble softly and then sing muddled but more-recognizable song snatches until full adult singing emerges.
We might miss the sound of mint mashed and muddled with raw sugar.
The muddled answer that we get from the mother of all nannies, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is that these anabolic steroids, synthetic versions of the male hormone testosterone, may, in future years, be shown to be dangerous to health and should be "nipped in the bud.
He accurately perceives Bill C-13 as the product of muddled philosophy but then adds, "That is not to say that the bill should necessarily be defeated.
Just when you thought that the English language was hopelessly muddled, the Vatican is coming to the rescue with a work that will clarify some 90 "neologisms, ambiguous terms and difficult concepts in frequent use"--such as "reproductive health" and "sexual education.