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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"The show is about being in that sort of social muddle. Most class comedy is about people aiming upwards and trying to get out of the working class.
For instance, in Muddle Class, he bravely tackles the subject of his desire to lose weight after he got stuck in a slide at a waterpark.
Muddle, who was listed on his (https://www.linkedin.com/in/adam-muddle-705a6345) LinkedIn page as the co-founder and head of talent management at AM Concepts UK, alleged, according to The Sun, that Burrell wanted to come out about his part in a scandal that led to the dismissal of several navy officers in an expose of his life with the royal family.
F: Yes-it was about the muddles that we get into in these talks and how getting into muddles makes a sort of sense.
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 Earth Too is long and full of detail and will probably be best enjoyed by those readers who enjoy constant humour, plenty of opportunity to spot spoof character names and references to other books and the sense of being lost in a completely imagined fantasy world.
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.
I am desperately fond of my girlfriend and don't want to hurt her in any way but I have got myself into a bit of a muddle.
The first new Noddy book in 40 years, Noddy and the Farmyard Muddle by Edith Blyton's granddaughter Sophie Smallwood, is released today, in celebration of Noddy's 60th birthday.
Muddle's shoebox," he said, lifting the lid and pulling out a freshly-pressed shirt.
"A Beginning, A Muddle, and an End: The Right Way to Write Writing" is a guide designed for all ages to help writers get off on the right foot in creating excellent writing, writing that people will want to read, and how to avoid the common pitfalls that so many writers tend to fall into.
With the author himself shrugging, you can see why "right to die" dilemmas so frequently end up a confused muddle. (Granted, it took an act of Congress to transform a relatively private muddle into an occasion for clown-show demagoguery.) Colby's focus on the rights of those who are already essentially absent doesn't just frustrate attempts to find the political position that best comports with individual liberty.
And the technical muddle: in certain parts of the site there is no back button.
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!).