Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of guddle.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I only found it after guddling about on Wikipedia for some time.

    —but it pours—

  • It was a glorious sunny day, we could see the swans down in the millstream guddling around and someone had brought home made cake.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • This consisted of a screen obsc~iring the surgeon and his 'guddling about', as Sarah described it, from the conscious patient's view.

    Quite Ugly One Morning

  • He could, of course, have done the whole thing easily, but anything so earthy as guddling round inside a ewe was anathema to him.

    Every living thing

  • He was a round-cheeked boy again, smothering his kitten in his pinafore, prattling of Red Riding Hood by his school-mistress's knee, and guddling in the brook for minnows.

    Better Dead

  • He would not have dared to speak to Ralph on any other occasion, but guddling, like curling, loosens the tongue.

    The Lilac Sunbonnet

  • This was indeed our chief pleasure and business; and not only to save our meal against worse times, but with a rivalry that much amused us, we spent a great part of our days at the water-side, stripped to the waist and groping about or (as they say) guddling for these fish.

    Kidnapped: The Adventures of David Balfour

  • To paraphrase Guido, Danny, don't think trench warfare, guddling about in the mud at your foe's behest.

    British Blogs

  • a great part of our days at the water-side, stripped to the waist and groping about or (as they say) guddling for these fish.

    Kidnapped

  • "He was guddling for trout," shouted Jock and Sandy in one breath; "and the hole was deep.

    The Scotch Twins

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