Pakriaa had gradually accepted the fact of Tocwright's leadership, but her view of the status of Charin women remained addled by contradictions; the idea of social and mental equality between the sexes eluded her completely.
Such was her certitude that I accepted it fully, as I had accepted the amazement of the lepers of Samaria staring at their smooth flesh; and I was bitter that so great a woman should be so easily wit-addled by a vagrant wonder-worker.
The frequent changes from place to place, the noise, the new people, the intense haste that seemed to pervade all that went on, addled me to that degree that I had few collected thoughts at the time, and no memory of them afterwards.
My head is confused; the crash of misfortunes has addled me, and each succeed so rapidly on each other, that remedies are scarcely employed than they have to be abandoned.
Come, tell me in what decent tavern you have addled your brain?
His brain must be addled by having had too much to drink this morning.
The effort to solve the Big Bow Mystery may have addled his brain.
Their brains were not addled by exams, or Oxford degrees.
We were thousands of miles from anywhere, in the South Indian Ocean at the time, running our Easting down, but the cook got the idea into his addled head that we were lying in Boston Harbour, and that I wouldn't let him go ashore.
It is an orgy, a debauch; and I am sure the addled sailors adjudge me the queerest creature on board.
In his struggles he sometimes sank beneath the surface, but always he emerged, flourishing the knife and screaming his addled harangue.
We give 'em an hour's ride in a cart where they sometimes gets roses but more often gets addled eggs.
Who caused all the addled eggs in London to fly in their innocent faces?