To put out of proper order
To put into total disorder
To cause to be unclear in mind or intent
To harm irreparably through inept handling; make a mess
To proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner
A lack of order or regular arrangement
A ruinous state of disorder
A stunned or bewildered condition
To progress or perform adequately, especially in difficult circumstances
To confuse; said of affairs
To confuse; said usually of people
Some people muddle the mint while others prefer to rub the leaves to activate the oils.
Muddle the berries by crushing them with the sugar to release the juices.
It was such a muddle that it actually managed to make The Matrix seem coherent.
It just seemed to me that their money would have been better spent on the actual game development rather than getting a bunch of celebrities to muddle their way through the game's voice acting.
In fact, you may want to take a glance at this section before starting your candle attempts because, chances are, you weren't aware of the almost innumerable ways one can muddle the process.