Phrasal Verbs With 'Muddle'

Muddle along phrasal verb

  1. Meaning: Continue without a clear aim or plan
    (Intransitive | British English)
    » Example: If you're ambitious, you cannot MUDDLE ALONG.

Muddle through phrasal verb

  1. Meaning: Do or achieve something without knowing what is required or having a plan
    (Intransitive | International English)
    » Example: We didn't know what to expect and just MUDDLED THROUGH.

Muddle up phrasal verb

  1. Meaning: Take things that are ordered or sequenced and mess them up
    (Separable [optional] | British English)
    » Example: My cleaner MUDDLED UP my books and I can't find anything.
  2. Meaning: Mistake a person or thing for someone or something else because they look similar
    (Separable [obligatory] | British English)
    » Example: I MUDDLE her and her sister UP.