muddle


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to muddle: muddle through
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • noun
  • verb
  • phrase

Synonyms for muddle

Synonyms for muddle

Synonyms for muddle

a confused multitude of things

informal terms for a difficult situation

make into a puddle

Synonyms

Related Words

mix up or confuse

Synonyms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
4 blackberries Juice of 1 whole lime 75ml pressed apple 20ml blackberry and cinnamon syrup | Muddle the blackberries.
F: Yes-it was about the muddles that we get into in these talks and how getting into muddles makes a sort of sense.
Rouge Muddle a strip of orange zest in a glass, then add the gin and 2 ounces merlot.
fresh thyme leaves (optional), and ice in a cocktail shaker; muddle until pineapple is a chunky pulp.
Muddle said: "I've had runners at the festival before but I've never had a winner there - and I don't think I'll be having a winner there this time.
Most of Blyton's original characters are still featured in Noddy and the Farmyard Muddle, along with some new additions which include Stumpy the Elephant and a bossy cockerel.
Aimed at the 9-11s, it involves Muddlecards, secret signs, mirrors (which you cut out of the back of the book) to trap the Muddles and almost forensic detective work.
A beginning of the end of the postwar political muddle in Iraq is critical for President Bush's reelection prospects.
The reason for this was that for Keynes, policy was inevitably a muddle necessarily involving rules of thumb, pragmatism, and good sense.
Instead, a parade of conservative news and talk show hosts, along with their hand picked commentators, throws up an endless array of smoke and mirrors calculated to muddle the issue with the illusion that the "jury is still out.
At the Anglican-Roman Catholic dialogue held recently in Mississauga, representatives from both churches greeted the muddle over the Anglican Governor General of Canada having taken communion in the Roman Catholic church with equanimity.
For example, the stereotype that feminists are always eager to participate in feminist political work imposes on feminist scholars the expectation of an "open-door policy," causing them to muddle through the issue of when, if ever, it is appropriate to lock the door and hide behind it
The only way of clarifying this apparent muddle, this contradiction between disbelief and belief, is to consider carefully both the subject and the predicate in the assertion "God exists.
While here, as in following chapters, the presentation tends to muddle the distinct features of each system, the overall discussion provides a comprehensive and valuable overview of their capabilities.
Announcing the move, MedPharm CEO, Dr Andrew Muddle, commented: "Since its inception as a university spin-out, MedPharm has operated R&D from laboratories in Kings College, London.