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  • n. Alternative form of fuddy-duddy.


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  • Describing himself as a "fuddyduddy", he said that modern officers were not smart enough and he "hated fashionable stubble".

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  • The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, The Kinks, The Animals, The Lovin' Spoonful, The Byrds, et al, they all suddenly sounded a bit quaint and almost fuddyduddy.

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  • Okay, so John McCain is way too much of a boring old eunuchy fuddyduddy for that to ever happen.

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  • While many people focused on Obama's claim that he doesn't know how to use an ipod, that fuddyduddy!

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  • I hate to say 'these kids today' ..., not because it makes me sound like an old fuddyduddy, but because it's not the kids 'fault.

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  • First question: Who's the fuddyduddy on the Treasury copydesk who made the "We can't use leveraged as an adjective" call?

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  • Call me a fuddyduddy, but I do think society has an obligation to protect the stupid when dealing with their life. what's new online!

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  • Cleaned up version (for primetime) of Trudeau's, "fuddle duddle"

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