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Definition of "fuddled" [fuddled]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of fuddle. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "fuddled" in a sentence
  • "A good many, however, remained behind -- some because they did not like fights, some because they did not believe that the parties were in earnest, others because they were too much taken up with and oppressed by their own sorrows, and a few because, being what is called fuddled, they did not understand or care anything about the matter at all."
  • "When Reagan spoke it sounded as if he "fuddled", a clue not to trust him."
  • "Peregrine saw, with a kind of fuddled astonishment, that they were trembling."