Sentence Examples

  • Owing to a ridiculous muddle, this Arabic word has been taken to mean "warning" lizard, hence the Latin Monitor, one of the many synonyms of this genus, now often used as the a b a vernacular.
  • Although a problem in computer ethics may seem clear initially, a little reflection reveals a conceptual muddle.
  • Both do their best, but look a little muddled with the whole enterprise themselves.
  • Completion of the changeover would have many benefits in addition to resolving the current muddle.
  • However, due to a faulty reconditioned unit, the rectification process became somewhat muddled.

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