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Fuddle

noun
1.
A confused multitude of things.  Synonyms: clutter, jumble, mare's nest, muddle, smother, welter.



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"Fuddle" Quotes from Famous Books



... of Flint castle's no lord worth a louse, For he keeps ne'er a drop of good drink in his house; But in a small house near unto 't there was store Of such ale as, thank God, I ne'er tasted before; And surely the Welsh are not wise of their fuddle, For this had the taste and complexion of puddle. From thence then we marched, full as dry as we came, My guide before prancing, his steed no more lame, O'er hills and o'er valleys uncouth and uneven, Until 'twixt the hours of twelve and eleven, More hungry ...
— Specimens with Memoirs of the Less-known British Poets, Complete • George Gilfillan



Words linked to "Fuddle" :   stick, demoralize, hold, flummox, bib, consume, port, tank, claret, amaze, disorder, pub-crawl, puzzle, take, soak, bar hop, dumbfound, ingest, disconcert, perplex, gravel, pose, bewilder, disorientate, take in, stupefy, wine, booze, carry, hit it up, nonplus, disorderliness, be, have, intoxicate, disorient, tope, vex, souse, inebriate, get, put off, rummage, mystify, flurry, beat, tipple, baffle



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