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

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"Fuddle" Quotes from Famous Books

... to the king as a mark of respect. There were the heavy wines of the Rhine, which looked like liquid gold, and diffused the fragrance of a whole bouquet of flowers, and with which the Protestant princes of Northern Germany hoped to fuddle the king, whom they would have gladly placed at the head of their league. There, too, were the monstrous, gigantic partridge pastries, which the Duke of Burgundy had sent, and the glorious fruits of the south, from the Spanish coast, with which the Emperor Charles ...
— Henry VIII And His Court • Louise Muhlbach

... he was going deaf. The shrill roar of screeching metal and throbbing dynamos that pounded at his eardrums began to fuddle his mind, until General Webb handed him a small cardboard box—also stamped, like every door and wall in the place, "Top Secret"—in which his trembling fingers located two ordinary rubber earplugs, which he instantly put to ...
— Minor Detail • John Michael Sharkey

... head, however. The instinctive effort of will that kept his legs steady and his mouth shut had no root in thought. Behind the veil of those light eyes, the brain of Pharaoh Daggs, drunk, was like a seething pit, one black fuddle of ugliness. To compensate for the apparent lack of effect of liquor upon him, the inward disturbance usually lasted long after the more tipsy seamen had ...
— The Black Buccaneer • Stephen W. Meader

... for a while with queer tenderness. Then he smiled. "No, I could not quite make you understand, my dear. But, ah, why fuddle that quaint little brain by trying to understand such matters as lie without your realm? For a woman's kingdom is the home, my dear, and her throne is in the heart of ...
— O Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1919 • Various

Words linked to "Fuddle" :   puzzle, carry, gravel, clutter, ingest, bar hop, intoxicate, stick, souse, discombobulate, nonplus, vex, soak, bewilder, jumble, bedevil, take in, smother, get, befuddle, beat, mare's nest, have, disorient, pose, dumbfound, be, demoralize, mystify, fox, amaze, tipple, flummox, stupefy, rummage, port, disorientate, hold, pub-crawl, throw, fish fuddle, wine, booze, welter, claret, muddle, tank, inebriate, take

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