The whole affair was, he insisted, a " muddle rather than a fiddle".
But Mr Ekins said he thought the Government's transport policy was in a muddle .
Instead of lime and sugar, we muddle oranges into the glass and use an orange syrup with the Bacardi.
In a mixing glass, moderately muddle syrup, bitters, mint, orange and lime together.
Small firms are choking to death in a planning process increasingly marked by bureaucratic muddle and delay.
In a shaker, muddle the ginger, add the others, plus ice.
What often becomes shockingly obvious is that the garden is in a muddle .
They'll quickly realise that their things can't be found in a muddle , or that clothes don't walk to the washing machine on their own.
Still, I certainly and completely understand why you're all in a muddle .
Liberals gravitate toward the gray to muddy the waters, to muddle people's thinking.