muddle-headed

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Fact is, I was so muddle-headed and upset that I don't know exactly what I did say.

I consider Gothic the muddle-headed expression of a muddle-headed period.

But he's such a muddle-headed fellow that he can get himself to believe anything.

The dullards who repeat these platitudes of the muddle-headed multitude are surely the only people for whom they are true.

At least, he could automatically co-ordinate his ideas, and the jealousy of these muddle-headed Colonels was inconceivable.

Or rather let them expound their muddle-headed theories as much as they like, provided they have no authority, no power!

In such innocent ways could she amuse herself when out of muddle-headed mischief in the name of God knows what.

The first feeling was one of profound resentment, shame—a huge, helpless, muddle-headed anger.

Yes: I can say this: I never abused myself with the muddle-headed fairy tales of politics.

I am a few degrees more wizened and muddle-headed; and the articles for the Review are, on the whole, unsatisfactory.

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