muddled / ˈmʌd l /


muddled4 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

mud·dled, mud·dling.

  1. to mix up in a confused or bungling manner; jumble.
  2. to cause to become mentally confused.
  3. to cause to become confused or stupid with or as if with an intoxicating drink.
v. 无主动词 verb

mud·dled, mud·dling.

  1. to behave, proceed, or think in a confused or aimless fashion or with an air of improvisation: Some people just muddle along, waiting for their big break.
n. 名词 noun
  1. the state or condition of being muddled, especially a confused mental state.
  2. a confused, disordered, or embarrassing condition; mess.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. muddle through, to achieve a certain degree of success but without much skill, polish, experience, or direction: None of us knew much about staging a variety show, so we just had to muddle through.

muddled 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective



  1. Her own muddled feelings of confusion, shame, and fear are what make the essay great and what make the essay her story.
  2. Since certification distinctions can be a bit muddled, some take this extra step.
  3. It all makes for a very cool bar, sure, but as a speakeasy, it feels a little muddled.
  4. This obviously closed off some important avenues of inquiry, but I guess we muddled through.
  5. The black, starless sky creeps over the muddled sunset that stains the waves purple before melting away.
  6. He used to tell me so many that they quite muddled my head and even now I can't tell the tail of one from the head of the other.
  7. "The story, as it has been handed on to Branderby, is pretty badly muddled," the editor went on.
  8. The rations were calculated to last for another three days, but their distribution had been muddled.
  9. He was a coward at heart, and too much liquor had somewhat muddled his brain.
  10. It may just possibly be found, without certificate, however, in those muddled caverns where the excluded intermingle.