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If you follow friends, celebrities, news organizations, humor accounts, and others, all the disparate content will get jumbled together in a muddle.
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In many other cases, the result of using the tropes of so-called low culture as a vehicle for high-minded commentary has been a misguided, potentially offensive muddle.
THE CONTROVERSY AROUND AMAZON'S THEM UNDERSCORES THE TROUBLE WITH REALISTIC VIOLENCE IN GENRE TVJUDY BERMANAPRIL 13, 2021TIME
Now, contrast that awful muddle of unreason and injustice with what you call my "counsels of despair."
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Here the Scot entered into explanations which threw the Cockney's brain into a complete muddle.
FRIEND MAC DONALDMAX O'RELL
I mean—Well, anyhow I take it Mr. Remington stands for constructing a civilised state out of this muddle.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
It's all a muddle, a compromise, a monstrosity, like everything else you produce; there's nothing in it that goes on all-fours.
THE AWKWARD AGEHENRY JAMES
And I'm a cripple, and she's beautiful—— Oh, my mind's in a muddle!
PATCHWORKANNA BALMER MYERS
What makes the muddle is that she isn't clear about the creature she wants most.
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
Her caresses were infrequent and this one, slight as it was, was enough to fire his blood and muddle his understanding.
THE ROSIE WORLDPARKER FILLMORE
Later on other things come in and muddle one up, but just in the first moment one sees clearly.
FLAMING JUNEMRS. GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO MUDDLE

  • botch
  • chaos
  • commotion
  • disorder
  • jumble
  • mess
  • mistake
  • muddle
  • shambles
  • tangle
  • turmoil
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