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- n. A person or thing that muddles.
- n. A tool used in muddling, used to mash and mix.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, muddles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A churning-stick for muddling chocolate or for mixing toddies.
Shaped like a large wooden pestle, the muddler is a must for summer drinks, like the Mojito or Mint Julep, which require muddling to bring out the mint's flavor.
I like you very well, though you are slow and a muddler; but I want you to understand, once and for all, that I did not come to the Solomons to get married.
Hard to beat a little muddler minnows and woolly buggers.
I usually go with muddler minnows or clouser minnow
How to make them: Get what's known as a Lewis bag, a canvas sack that you pack with ice and then hit with an accompanying wooden mallet or muddler $20 for bag, muddler and shaker, after5catalog.com .
"The human heart of the matter": In The Guardian, fiction and nonfiction writer (and innovative muddler of the two) Geoff Dyer argues that if you're waiting for the great Iraq/Afghanistan novels to appear (or looking to tense-but-shallow movies like The Hurt Locker), you're missing the boat: the great new war books are already filling the bookshelf and they are being written by reporters like David Finkel, Dexter Filkins, and Lawrence Wright.
I'd be willing to bet the muddler would do well on bass
I usually go with muddler minnows or clouser minnow | Field & Stream
I usually go with muddler minnows or clouser minnows.
Would you happen to know the biggest size a muddler comes in?