- n. Plural form of muddler.
“The drink recipe and ingredients or tools to make your specialty cocktail mojito muddlers, margarita salt, swizzle sticks, etc.”
“Which is more than Zuch and the “Media muddlers” haters cansay.”
“Any fly with deer/elk hair (esp. muddlers and elk-hair caddis patterns) kicks my butt.”
“You were muddlers, the pair of you, without doubt.”
“Dead drifting muddlers below the surface is also a killer tactic; sometimes those bigger fish like to key on drowned hoppers.”
“The solution to the bubble and bust economy is not to hope for wiser economic managers, or to put put up with "muddlers.”
“Often preceded by "Not that we know for sure" the Opinion will be missed by Zen masters and chattering muddlers alike.”
“Of course I do not mean that the practice is at present simple; for no practical problem is simple, least of all at the present time, when everything is confused by the corrupt and evasive muddlers who are called practical politicians.”
“Such banned bar equipment include blenders and muddlers.”
“They had been so unhappy, such muddlers, so wrong – headed, it seemed to her.”
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