Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of fuzzle.

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Examples

  • Ah, tahnk joo fur teh clee ring upness… et sall sew cleer naow, ai em purr feckly nawt con fuzzled, nao, yup ai em!

    I is cuter… - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • When good men guzzled until, clean fuzzled, they'd reel and stagger about the place;

    Halcyon Days

  • There was only one other girl at the table, Lady Agatha de Champion, and her slouching, stooping figure and fuzzled hair did not show to advantage beside the heiress's upright, rounded shape and well-brushed waves.

    The Reflections of Ambrosine A Novel

  • Through her tears she saw him counting -- on his entry into Paradise -- the children who had preceded him, and more than ever fuzzled by the flapping of their wings.

    The Grey Wig: Stories and Novelettes

  • "Well, I respect him for it," she was saying to the barmaid, as we passed through the hall; "I'd just hate to be fuzzled over with everybody looking on."

    Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow

  • "Why, with a person pecking at me that way, I should get that fuzzled and fuddled that --"

    Those Extraordinary Twins

  • "Wal, the upshot on't was, they fussed and fuzzled and wuzzled till they'd drinked up all the tea in the teapot; and then they went down and called on the Parson, and wuzzled him all up talkin 'about this, that, and t'other that wanted lookin' to, and that it was no way to leave everything to a young chit like Huldy, and that he ought to be lookin 'about for an experienced woman.

    Masterpieces of American Wit and Humor

  • ` ` Why, with a person pecking at me that way, I should get that fuzzled and fuddled that -- -- "

    The Comedy of Those Extraordinary Twins

  • "Wal, the upshot on't was, they fussed and fuzzled and wuzzled till they'd drinked up all the tea in the teapot; and then they went down and called on the parson, and wuzzled him all up talkin 'about this, that, and t'other that wanted lookin' to, and that it was no way to leave every thing to a young chit like Huldy, and that he ought to be lookin 'about for an experienced woman.

    Oldtown Fireside Stories

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