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muzzy

[muhz-ee] /ˈmʌz i/
adjective, muzzier, muzziest. Informal.
1.
confused; muddled.
2.
dull; mentally hazy.
Origin
1720-1730
1720-30; perhaps blend of muddled and fuzzy
Related forms
muzzily, adverb
muzziness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for muzziness

muzzy

/ˈmʌzɪ/
adjective -zier, -ziest
1.
blurred, indistinct, or hazy
2.
confused, muddled, or befuddled
Derived Forms
muzzily, adverb
muzziness, noun
Word Origin
C18: origin obscure
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Word Origin and History for muzziness

muzzy

adj.

"confused, dazed," 1720s, perhaps from mossy, or from dialectal mosey (adj.) "moldy, hazy; stupefied with drink, dull, stupid."

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