Definition of muddly in English:


Pronunciation /ˈmədlē/ /ˈmədl-ē/


See muddle

‘But, the reason why it's a muddly subject is because they're being thick and pointless on purpose!’
  • ‘He's the most muddly old thing and incidentally never finishes a sentence.’
  • ‘The Economist gushed, ‘The muddly, statist, sort-of-socialist Egypt of old has become the very model of a modern emerging market.’’
  • ‘The principal objective will be the application of specific constructs to help ‘make sense of’ muddly organisational situations.’