As adjectives the difference between muddled and oblivious
is that muddled
is confused, disorganised, in disarray while oblivious
is (usually followed by to'' or ''of
) lacking awareness; unmindful; unaware, unconscious of.
As a verb muddled
Confused, disorganised, in disarray.
, date=June 4
, author=Phil McNulty
, title=England 2 - 2 Switzerland
, passage=The selection of James Milner ahead of Young was the product of muddled thinking and the absence of Peter Crouch - with 22 goals in 42 England appearances - from even the substitutes' bench was also a surprise.}}
(usually followed by to'' or ''of ) Lacking awareness; unmindful; unaware, unconscious of.
Failing to remember; forgetful.