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Date: 1700-1800
Origin: Perhaps from muddled + fuzzy

muzzy

adjective
     
muz‧zy British English
unable to think clearly, especially because you are ill, sleepy, or drunk:
Juliet's head felt muzzy, and she hoped she hadn't a cold coming on.

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