“But it does, in real life, muddily, horribly, with more painful effect than any fiction, and this is what we saw last week.”
“When I was a kid, I discovered horror films and loved them all -- whether they were good or bad, black and white or garishly colored, muddily shot or poorly conceived.”
“ He gave her no clue as to his own muddily understood searching, except to tell her that he had his own bird, up in his room at home.”
“David Lan's production has a few indistinct talkers and muddily plotted moments: it's quite often hard to know what's actually happening.”
“Meskada" by Josh Sternberg is a police procedural with nice touches of noir and a feel for blue collar America, but the sound is garbled and the community conflicts muddily drawn.”
“Half a mile away, past the skeleton of an unmanned armored personnel carrier and an old Soviet tank that guarded the entrance to the camp, the Pyandzh River, the only source of drinking water, bored muddily through the desert, spreading malaria in the summer, tuberculosis in the winter, and dysentery at all times of the year.”
“I'm not quite sure how the children got fed, or the dogs walked, but I know that at one point my husband appeared with a gin and tonic, which I drank gratefully, and muddily.”
“McCarry seems to share with his near namesake LeCarre a sense that a good Intelligent service will naturally be on 'the right side', i guess because sane self-serving decisions tend to be in everyone's best interests, however muddily.”
“Here you find the gelatinous humanoid mess, muddily rising from a grave in the bottom of a swamp and lurching toward land caked in leaves and vines.”
“But Merdle, as usual, oozed sluggishly and muddily about his drawing – room, saying never a word.”
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