muddle


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a confused multitude of things

informal terms for a difficult situation

make into a puddle

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mix up or confuse

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Handful of berries Juice of 1 whole lime 50ml cranberry juice 50ml pressed apple 15ml elderflower cordial | Muddle all the fruit together, then add the rest of the ingredients.
But also, apart from that, I think that we get some ideas straight and I think that the muddles help.
Cran-ginger In a cocktail shaker, muddle two 1-inch slices of fresh ginger, then add the gin, ice and 2 ounces cranberry juice.
Muddle 10 large mint leaves, 1/4 cup lime juice, and 2 tbsp.
Muddle, just five years away from getting a telegram from the Queen, remains a huge supporter of the sport he left an indelible mark on when Lingfield staged its first sand fixture in 1989.
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.
While A Beginning, a Muddle and an End is about the process of creating polished prose, The Seer of Shadows reveals Avi's literary expertise through the medium of historical fiction.
As the larger countries of the region either charge ahead (Chile, Brazil, Colombia), muddle through (Argentina, Ecuador) or slide headlong into the frightening past (imagine Venezuela once the oil boom collapses
He needs the readers' help to rescue them before they are put into the Muddle machine and sent away.
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.