Memories then; puzzling, mixed-up pictures that had lost their outlines.
"It is rather a mixed-up mess," said I, perplexed by the contingencies and the repetitions.
It was a mixed-up business—but you've got the whole truth at last.
It was all black, no gray; so was his long, mixed-up whiskers.
“This seems to be rather a mixed-up affair, Senhor Alcatrante,” he said.
Never in all his life had Bobby known such a mixed-up feeling.
Have you ever thought that the whole universe might be a crazy, mixed-up dream?
It's a little like this Mexican war, a mixed-up problem and only one thing clear.
I asked if he had been mixed-up in the anti-Terran rioting, but he wouldn't tell me.
Yu've heard the mournful, mixed-up sound a big bunch of cattle will make?