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  • v. To bustle (move busily)


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  • _ -- As a pendant to "Ludlam's dog," I beg to insert the proverb of "Full of fun and _fooster_, like Mooney's goose," with the hope that your acute and ingenious correspondent D.V.S. may be able to throw some light upon "Mooney."

    Notes and Queries, Number 40, August 3, 1850


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  • To dither or fuss: "Quit your foostering, we need to get going!".

    December 10, 2007