Sentence Examples


  • Originating emotion still clots the lines and, while we strive for originality, the work becomes muddled, pretentious or incoherent.
  • The history of eyeglasses is a very long one, even though it is sometimes muddled when historians cannot pinpoint exactly when an invention or improvement actually came about.
  • Food issues can be difficult to diagnose because most commercial cat foods contain a plethora of ingredients all muddled together into a wet or dry formula.
  • Their memories and feelings from their teen years were just a little more muddled, causing some misunderstandings and confusion.
  • When it comes to love, what you may be looking for in a partner can, at times, seem muddled.