muddle-headed

  • 1 muddle-headed — adj BrE confused or not able to think clearly ▪ I like her but she s a bit muddle headed …

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  • 2 muddle-headed — UK or muddleheaded UK [ˌmʌd(ə)lˈhedɪd] / US [ˌmʌd(ə)lˈhedəd] adjective resulting from a lack of clear thought muddle headed plans …

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  • 3 muddle-headed — [mud′ lhed′id] adj. stupid; blundering; confused muddle headedness n. * * * mud·dle head·ed (mŭdʹl hĕd ĭd) adj. 1. Mentally confused. 2. Inept; blundering.   mudʹdle head ed·ness n. * * * …

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  • 4 muddle-headed — [mud′ lhed′id] adj. stupid; blundering; confused muddle headedness n …

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  • 5 muddle-headed — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ disorganized or confused …

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  • 6 muddle-headed — adjective Thinking in a muddled way; not thinking clearly The Prime Minister provoked a backlash led by Sir Jonathon Porritt, chairman of the Governments Sustainable Development Commission, who said Mr Blairs leadership on the issue in Britain… …

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  • 7 muddle-headed — muddle headˈed adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑muddle …

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  • 8 muddle-headed — adjective disorganized or confused. Derivatives muddle headedness noun …

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  • 9 muddle-headed — adjective BrE confused or not able to think clearly muddle headedness noun (U) …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 10 muddle-headed — /ˈmʌdl hɛdəd/ (say mudl heduhd) adjective vague; illogical; confused. –muddle headedness, noun …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 11 Muddle-headed — Muddlehead Mud dle*head , n. A stupid person; a blunderer. [Colloq.] C. Reade. {Mud dle head ed}, a. [Colloq.] Dickens. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 12 muddle-headed — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Mentally uncertain: addled, addlepated, confounded, confused, confusional, perplexed, turbid. Informal: mixed up. See CLEAR …

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  • 13 muddle headed — muddled, confused, disorganized; inept, clumsy …

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  • 14 muddle-headed — a. Doltish, stupid …

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  • 15 The Muddle-Headed Wombat — is a fictional wombat featured in the radio serials and later in the children s books of the same name written by Australian author Ruth Park. History In 1941 the Australian Broadcasting Commission decided to nationalise its Children s programs,… …

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  • 16 muddle — v. & n. v. 1 tr. (often foll. by up, together) bring into disorder. 2 tr. bewilder, confuse. 3 tr. mismanage (an affair). 4 tr. US crush and mix (the ingredients for a drink). 5 intr. (often foll. by with) busy oneself in a confused and… …

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  • 17 muddle-headedness — See muddle headed. * * * …

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  • 18 beetle-headed — a. Dull, stupid, obtuse, foolish, senseless, witless, insensible, sluggish, stolid, mindless, brainless, weak headed, addle headed, addle pated, blunder headed, muddle headed, beef witted, bovine, fat headed, dull brained, shallow brained, lack… …

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  • 19 buffle-headed — a. Dull, doltish, foolish, blockish, simple, witless, thick skulled, stolid, loutish, beetle headed, ox headed, muddle headed. See stupid …

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  • 20 addle-headed — a. Foolish, stupid, dull, muddled, doltish, brainless, shallow, soft, sappy, witless, blockish, weak headed, muddle headed, weak minded, feeble minded, half witted, short witted, shallow brained, dull witted, thick skulled, addle pated …

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