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Neologism by William Faulkner that never caught on. Fumble-heed is found in his story, The Bear. "More men than that one Buck and Buddy to fumble-heed that truth so mazed for them that spoke it and so confused for them that heard..."
It means to heed in a fumbling manner.
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