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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmuddledmud‧dled /ˈmʌdld/ adjective  confused muddled thinking The situation today is very muddled.
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muddledThis formula movie is much too violent and muddled.No wonder viewers often get the two Jennys muddled and call me Jenny Seagrove.My mind, once sound as a bell, became muddled and confused.My beliefs about money were hopelessly muddled and contradictory.But don't get muddled between goals and objectives.Transitory, a panacea to stop the wail of the poor muddled infant: one that didn't even work for long.No alcohol to dull the nerves; no soothing glow to warm the chill of despair into a muddled kind of peace.Where on earth had she got her muddled values from?
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