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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



... his little airs. He did his duty so satisfactorily that, with the exception of one or two regular confirmed soakers, who stuck steadily to the tap of the Red Lion, and there managed successfully to fuddle themselves, there was nothing like drunkenness. In short, it was one of those rare days when everything goes right, and everybody seems to be inclined to give and take, and to make allowances for their neighbours. ...
— Tom Brown at Oxford • Thomas Hughes

... came to know that spirits, too, form an article of commerce here. For, without having obtained any liquor from the Vega, the Chukches at Yinretlen had the means of indulging in a general fuddle, and that even their friendly disposition gives way under the effects of the intoxication we had a manifest proof, when the day after they came on board with blue and yellow eyes, not a little seedy ...
— The Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe, Volume I and Volume II • A.E. Nordenskieold



Words linked to "Fuddle" :   muddle, take, fox, mare's nest, disorderliness, disconcert, vex, flummox, inebriate, bib, puzzle, stick, pose, perplex, pub-crawl, tank, put off, throw, get, wine, welter, take in, nonplus, disorder, carry, tipple, beat, bar hop, claret, booze, smother, gravel, intoxicate, be, rummage, clutter, bewilder, demoralize, port, mystify, soak, flurry, disorient, amaze, confuse, discombobulate, confound, baffle, stupefy, have, souse, befuddle, jumble, consume, bedevil



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