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  • s  perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment
    just a mixed-up kid

  • The absence of a sustained narrative and the mixed-up chronology demand a slow, close reading.
  • Teddy never mentioned Alice's deceased mother, a behavior Alice grew to describe as "dreadfully Victorian and mixed-up.
  • Now that we've done births, how long will it be before some stressed-out, mixed-up adolescent makes the ultimate cry for help by killing himself on the Web before a mass audience .
News & Articles

  • Which Minneapolis museums would attract a present-day Claudia Kincaid?
    MinnPost photo by Andy Sturdevant Here is a guide to the art museums of the Twin Cities, and which, according to my own mixed-up files, would be best-suited for a young Claudia and Jamie to run away to today. This past April, writer E.L. Konigsburg died in Falls Church, Va., at age 83. She was a year older than her most famous literary creation, the wealthy eccentric Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler ...
    June 12, 2013 - MinnPost
  • Our View: Mixed bag of opinion on economics
    Generally speaking, Appeal-Democrat readers have some mixed-up feelings about the economy. More than a third of those responding to an informal survey when asked, "How are things at work, compared to before the recession?" chose "troubled" as their response. Many others said...
    June 11, 2013 - Appeal-Democrat

  • Cesar Rosas in Washington Post
    This little mixed-up kid, God forgive him,Rosas said. "He's just too immature to realize the damage he's caused."
  • Terry Francona in ESPN
    We tried to accomplish some things with Schill by giving him rest, which I think really helped,Francona said. "Daisuke's days are going to be a little bit mixed-up anyway, so it's almost like skipping a turn. It will give him some time."

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