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Fuddle   Listen
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Fuddle  v. t.  (past & past part. fuddled; pres. part. fuddling)  To make foolish by drink; to cause to become intoxicated. (Colloq.) "I am too fuddled to take care to observe your orders."






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"Fuddle" Quotes from Famous Books



... times of Noah! The whole flat turned out an imperial shicer. (You do not sink deep enough, Signore Editor.) Slabs that had cost us some eight pounds a hundred would not fetch, afterwards, one pound. We left them to sweat freely in the hole; and all the mob got on the fuddle. My mate and myself thought we had been long enough together, and got asunder for a change. I was soon on the tramp again. Bryant's Ranges was the go of the day, and I started thither accordingly. ...
— The Eureka Stockade • Carboni Raffaello



Words linked to "Fuddle" :   take, consume, discombobulate, ingest, tank, nonplus, disorder, soak, bar hop, take in, tipple, stupefy, bib, tope, vex, jumble, intoxicate, gravel, disorderliness, puzzle, disconcert, hit it up, confuse, perplex, disorientate, stick, wine, claret, clutter, have, disorient, mystify, flurry, muddle, dumbfound, amaze, pub-crawl, bedevil, welter, rummage, fish fuddle, confound, smother, hold, pose, baffle, mare's nest, bewilder, get, befuddle, carry, beat, be, put off



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