muddle-headed

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

muddle +‎ -headed

Adjective[edit]

muddle-headed ‎(comparative more muddle-headed, superlative most muddle-headed)

  1. Thinking in a muddled way; not thinking clearly
    The Prime Minister provoked a backlash led by Sir Jonathon Porritt, chairman of the Government's Sustainable Development Commission, who said Mr Blair's leadership on the issue in Britain had been "patchy and muddle-headed". - The Independent, 10/01/07