muddle in English

noun
1
an untidy and disorganized state or collection.
a muddle of French, English, Ojibwa, and a dash of Gaelic
verb
1
bring into a disordered or confusing state.
they were muddling up the cards

Use "muddle" in a sentence

Below are sample sentences containing the word "muddle" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "muddle", or refer to the context using the word "muddle" in the English Dictionary.

1. It's a muddle, lass; everything is a muddle.

2. He managed to muddle through university.

3. The report revealed a major bureaucratic muddle.

4. 24 Your room's in a real muddle.

5. 4 The documents were in a muddle.

6. 21 He managed to muddle through university.

7. 21 I expect we shall muddle through somehow!

8. 11 The report revealed a major bureaucratic muddle.

9. 9 My thoughts are all in a muddle.

10. 18 My papers are all in a muddle.

11. 17 I wish you wouldn't muddle my books.

12. Such questions have led to a bewildering muddle.

13. To confuse or muddle: to Becloud the issues

14. 11 He got himself into a frightful muddle.

15. 14 He got himself into a frightful muddle.

16. 3 The papers are all in a muddle.

17. There was a bureaucratic muddle over his appointment.

18. 16 We muddle along from day to day.

19. There followed a long period of confusion and muddle.

20. 13 There was a muddle over the theatre tickets.

21. 2 I often muddle up Richard with his brother.

22. " And without much ado We can all muddle through

23. 22 The judge made a muddle of the case.

24. I like her but she's a bit muddle-headed.

25. Our accountant finally managed to sort out the muddle.

26. 15 Stop talking,(www.Sentencedict.com) or you'll muddle me completely.

27. 12 There was a muddle over our hotel accommodation.

28. 23 There was a bureaucratic muddle over his appointment.

29. 19 The team managed to muddle through another season.

30. 8 There followed a long period of confusion and muddle.

31. 25 All my files have got into a muddle somehow.

32. 10 Our accountant finally managed to sort out the muddle.

33. 20 The more you talk, the more you muddle me.

34. 27 I've arranged the books alphabetically so don't muddle them up.

35. 15 I've arranged the books alphabetically so don't muddle them up.

36. Muddle sugar, mint[Sentencedict], and lime juice in a rocks glass.

37. We will muddle through and just play it day by day.

38. They must muddle through in a fog of grumble and contempt.

39. 7 I got into an awful muddle with my tax forms.

40. 30 They are in trouble, but I expect they will muddle through.

41. 5 We will muddle through and just play it day by day.

42. 6 I'm in such a muddle, I'd completely forgotten you were coming today.

43. The picture that emerges is one of muddle, intrigue, greed and occasionally altruism.

44. 38 synonyms for Befuddle: confuse, puzzle, baffle, bewilder, muddle, daze, perplex, mystify, disorient

45. 28 Already, one or two critics have begun to muddle the two names.

46. 26 She was in a muddle; she couldn't even remember what day it was.

47. This book assesses the technological fix for the muddle left by downsizing and reengineering.

48. 24 synonyms for Bemuse: puzzle, stun, confuse, overwhelm, stump, baffle, bewilder, muddle, daze, confound

49. Synonyms for Bemuse include confuse, puzzle, bewilder, muddle, perplex, baffle, confound, addle, flummox and mystify

50. To the world at large It'seemed a glaring example of miscalculation, confusion, timidity, and muddle.