One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘And too many parents are left muddlingly only among those who express sympathy and criticism, and don't help them along the road of seeing the gifts.’
- ‘‘It's symbolic in that each voice is different, you know,’ he says, muddlingly.’
- ‘Despite the eyelocks and handholds and sunsets and stargazing, her relationship with V is muddlingly platonic.’
- ‘This might also help explain how his fascination with British history is so muddlingly mixed with a seeming ignorance of old English social systems.’
- ‘So I was thankful to you for pointing out research (albeit needlessly obscurely and now increasingly muddlingly pointing it out) which indicated that I should take care about how much I use.’
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