muddle : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a confused multitude of things
- n informal terms for a difficult situation
he made a muddle of his marriage
- v make into a puddle
- v mix up or confuse
He muddled the issues
- He glides from rock to rock like the champion mountain climber he also once was, while I muddle wildly, tottering like a top at the end of its spin, tangling my fishing line and .
- This has been the essential conceptual muddle with Obama's position on Iraq all along.
- Or with his conviction that the result of this conflict can only be the terrible muddle that finally elbows aside the previously preoccupying sexual shambles.
- John Dingell in USA Today
The IG's report documents bureaucratic muddle at its worst,said Rep. John Dingell, D-Mich., chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. "We didn't realize what an understatement it was when NBIS told us its system was not...
- Joe Biden in News 10NBC
I believe the president has no strategy for success in Iraq,Biden said. "His plan is to muddle through, and hand the problem off to his successor."
- Brendan Nelson in The Age
I think we all love the hairy-nosed wombat,Opposition Leader Brendan Nelson told reporters in Gippsland. "But I am very concerned about who is actually looking after our muddle-headed treasurer when this country is in the process of going...