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Fuddle   Listen
verb
Fuddle  v. i.  To drink to excess. (Colloq.)






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Fuddle" Quotes from Famous Books



... seat him in the nearest puddle; The solace this, whereof he's most assured: And when upon his rump the leeches hang and fuddle, He'll be of ...
— Faust • Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

... sit into a puddle, In that way his heart is reassured; When on his rump the leeches well shall fuddle, Of spirits and of spirit he'll be cured. [To FAUST, who has left the dance.] Why let the lovely girl slip through thy fingers, Who to thy dance ...
— Faust • Goethe

... Indians knows that all his men will get drunk. The Indian, generally too shy to ask directly for cashaca (rum), is then very bold; he asks for a frasco at once (two-and-a-half bottles), and says, if interrogated, that he is going to fuddle in honour ...
— The Naturalist on the River Amazons • Henry Walter Bates



Words linked to "Fuddle" :   rummage, welter, baffle, nonplus, tank, fish fuddle, gravel, claret, muddle, disorder, mystify, confuse, drink, intoxicate, demoralize, disorderliness, fox, puzzle, take in, jumble, have, consume, carry, befuddle, smother, bar hop, ingest, bib, bedevil, soak, tipple, beat, inebriate, disorientate



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