Fuddle

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English

Verb

Fuddle (third-person singular simple present Fuddles, present participle fuddling, simple past and past participle fuddled)

  1. To confuse or befuddle
  2. To intoxicate

Noun

Fuddle (plural Fuddles)
  1. intoxication
  2. muddle, confusion
  3. a bring and share style picnic/party (Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire, UK)
  4. party where participants bring food and wine, (Nottinghamshire/Yorkshire, UK)

Thesaurus

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