muzzy : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s indistinct or hazy in outline
- s confused and vague; used especially of thinking
- In poetic though sometimes muzzy language, he coined the idea of "a theater of cruelty.
- The 17-minute film, silent and in muzzy black and white, has enough implicit melodrama to fill a satisfying sci-fi epic.
- With so much going on -- premise piling upon premise, coincidence upon coincidence -- the point of it all begins to grow muzzy.
- Curtis Davies in Independent
Davies said: "I want to repay the faith shown in me by Martin O'Neill with my performances on the park. The manager's record speaks for itself. He has turned players like Muzzy Izzet, Emile Heskey and Robbie Savage into great players and hopefully I...
- Steve Bruce in Sportinglife.com
Blues boss Steve Bruce told the club's website, www.bcfc.com: "Muzzy has come to the point where his knee is very, very painful and he can't fulfil what he wants to do. We would like to thank Muzzy for his efforts during his two years here and wish...
- Ray Wilkins in The Sun
Wilkins said: "Muzzy showed enough courage to take it and there's no qualms as far as I'm concerned."