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muddled (up)

Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really muddled up!
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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

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Assuming that many feminist professors feel similarly muddled, I want to expand on Overall's suggestions for how feminist academics can deal with the unique muddles that they encounter.
Of course, we muddled through, thanks in part to patient freelance writers, who resubmitted stories along with their condolences (one kind soul even sent an electronic sympathy card from Blue Mountain) and the support of other CE staffers.
Am I just as confused, muddled, as I think traditional Christian belief to be?
Because of such organizational difficulties, the continuities and differences between Painite traditions and constitutional radicalism become muddled and the reader wonders why radicals' audiences chose one over the other.
Chomsky seems to have it both ways in this muddled passage: "It would be unfair to charge Broder and others with believing what they say.
Experts at the nonprofit Information Technology Solution Providers Alliance (ITSPA) see the muddled environment of business law as a major hurdle for small companies.
It is a shame that the school is facing closure because of the council's muddled school re-organisation plans.
Servers prepare the cocktails tableside over crushed ice and muddled mint leaves in a traditional Julep cup.
Both nationally and in Southern California, the economic picture looks muddled.
Although there are combat thrills aplenty in this title, the author's primary interest is the human side of the conflict, the heroics and horrors faced by brave men in a muddled war.
Aiming to find intuition in the analytical and rationality in the emotional, and further expanding the cliche of dichotomies into the geographical arena of North and South (as the cultural "sites" of rationality and emotion), Carlos found herself in muddled discursive terrain.
He said: 'I accept unreservedly the committee's report which finds me muddled and naive in my negligent understanding of the additional costs allowance.
SIR - Nick Bourne's fierce attack on Health Minister Jane Hutt, who is the AM for the Vale of Glamorgan, was muddled but courageous.
Eighteen years later, when this book was published, the lines of historical development were becoming much more muddled.