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  • n. Plural form of muddler.


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  • The drink recipe and ingredients or tools to make your specialty cocktail mojito muddlers, margarita salt, swizzle sticks, etc.

    My Fair Wedding

  • Which is more than Zuch and the “Media muddlers” haters cansay.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » AG Blumenthal’s Record

  • Any fly with deer/elk hair (esp. muddlers and elk-hair caddis patterns) kicks my butt.

    The Answer Line is Open...

  • You were muddlers, the pair of you, without doubt.

    Chapter 12

  • Dead drifting muddlers below the surface is also a killer tactic; sometimes those bigger fish like to key on drowned hoppers.

    Evan V ...

  • The solution to the bubble and bust economy is not to hope for wiser economic managers, or to put put up with "muddlers."

    The end of the Bubble Economy

  • Often preceded by "Not that we know for sure" the Opinion will be missed by Zen masters and chattering muddlers alike.

    Archive 2009-06-07

  • 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.

    Vintage Distributism

  • Such banned bar equipment include blenders and muddlers.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • They had been so unhappy, such muddlers, so wrong – headed, it seemed to her.

    Night and Day, by Virginia Woolf


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