Definition of muddled in English:

muddled

Syllabification: mud·dled
Pronunciation: /ˈmədld
 
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adjective

In a state of bewildered or bewildering confusion or disorder: misplaced suggestions and muddled thinking
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  • Thus began a contentious relationship that ended in mixed feelings and even more muddled messages.
  • My mind was too muddled to think straight.
  • If the result can become hopelessly muddled, it also yields some moments of powerful, lucid beauty.

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