- v. present participle of muddle.
“Shell, an Anglo-Dutch oil giant, has three scenarios for the euro zone: what it calls "muddling through", a deepening of monetary union, or a break-up.”
“But the criticism starts to flow as early as his second chapter, where Stiglitz contends that Obama chose a conservative strategy that he calls muddling through.”
“If this is what is called muddling through, we would like to see it packaged for export.”
“I don't buy the double-dip, but I call it muddling along.”
“So they're kind of muddling through and testing the waters.”
“Asmal said the DA was "muddling" the difference between academic freedom and institutional autonomy.”
“Many analysts believed JCRC records were the most complete and authoritative, since they contained largely raw data without benefit of analytical "muddling".”
“Many analysts believed JCRC records were the most complete and authoritative, since they contained largely raw data without benefit of much analytical "muddling".”
“His voluminous works, which he commenced to publish late in life, do not indicate that he underwent a "muddling" process.”
“The sight was to me a bewildering illustration of what English "muddling" could do when put to the test.”
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