muddler

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mud·dler

 (mŭd′lər)
n.
1. A small pestlelike baton that is used to prepare mixed drinks by pressing ingredients, such as mint, against the bottom of a bowl or glass to release flavor. Also called muddle.
2. One who muddles.

muddler

(ˈmʌdlə)
n
1. a person who muddles or muddles through
2. (Brewing) US an instrument for mixing drinks thoroughly
Translations

muddler

[ˈmʌdləʳ] Natolondrado/a m/f

muddler

n (= person)Tölpel m, → Dussel m (inf)

muddler

[ˈmʌdləʳ] nconfusionario/a, pasticcione/a
References in classic literature ?
They had been so unhappy, such muddlers, so wrong-headed, it seemed to her.
There was Terrence the Magnificent--descended, as Van Horn remembered, from the American-bred Milton Droleen, out of the Queen of County Antrim, Breda Muddler, which royal bitch, as every one who is familiar with the stud book knows, goes back as far as the almost mythical Spuds, with along the way no primrose dallyings with black- and-tan Killeney Boys and Welsh nondescripts.
She called him a muddler and a slouch, and other invidious names, for his slackness and his disregard of healthful food.
So, darling Nutty, my precious Nutty, you poor boneheaded muddler, will you kindly think up at your earliest convenience some plan for politely ejecting this Mr Chalmers of yours from our humble home?
Orange Fritz, Daddies and White Muddlers were the top flies.
Patterns: Muddlers, Kate McLaren, Daddy Long Legs, Black Hopper, Black and Olive CDC Shuttlecock.
Muddlers pulled through the waves have prompted some aggressive takes.
Tonight's televised clash pits Sheffield United, who missed out on promotion through the play-offs for a second year running, against perennial midtable muddlers Notts County.
Muddlers, by Chris Gallagher of New York, or Mister Mojito, by David Nepove of San Francisco.
Flies to use depends on cloud and ripple conditions with hoppers, muddlers, crunchers, CDCs, Hare's Ears and thin Diawls and Damsels best.
It was effectively all over for Gary Megson's muddlers within the opening 24 minutes - by which time goals from Chris Iwelumo and Luke Varney had perforated Leicester's token resistance to send Charlton second and the Foxes closer to the bottom three.
Alternatively, muddlers can be firms that try but fail in the pursuit of a competitive advantage.