Definition of Bemuddling
1. bemuddle [v] - See also: bemuddle
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Literary usage of Bemuddling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1865)
"... as the inordinate quantities of wine and beer daily imbibed by Germans of all classes, to the ruin of the stomach, to the bemuddling of the brain, ..."
2. The Historical Writings of John Fiske by John Fiske (1902)
"... who improved the situation by addressing his version to his enlightened sovereign Rene instead of Soderini, thus bemuddling the 1 Just at the same time ..."
3. Saints and Festivals of the Christian Church by H. Pomeroy Brewster (1904)
"Satan we are informed first tried by bemuddling his thoughts to divert him from the design of becoming a monk. Then he appeared to him in the forms ..."
4. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1871)
"Art has been better stated in French than in English literature ; it has been separated from all bemuddling considerations, ..."
5. The British Critic: A New Review (1822)
"... salutary antidote to the copious draughts of Sectarian sentimentality, with which the loungers in religious light-reading are so fond of bemuddling and ..."