muddleheaded muddleheaded  /ˈmə dəl ˌhɛ dəd/


  • (adj) stupid and confused


  1. I try to see their point of view; you are muddleheaded; he is a crypto-Communist.
  2. The trouble lay in the abrupt, muddleheaded way the cutback had been ordered without due notice.
  3. I saw the same computation in newspaper dispatches, but I thought PTI was alert enough not to fall for such an obvious example of muddleheaded mathematics.


  • "Multilateralism is not muddleheaded idealism, but part of realpolitik," Joffe says.
    on Jul 4, 2006 By: Josef Joffe Source: Bloomberg

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