fuzzle


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fuzzle

(ˈfʌzəl)
vb (tr)
obsolete to make drunk; to confuse; to befuddle
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But if you don't care for sport at all and it leaves you in a fuzzle, Just turn the switch from on to off And do the Chronicle's crossword puzzle.
She goes to all of the meetings at the Tyne Valley course, never betting more than pounds 10 on a race, and occasionally getting to watch one of her horses, which are named Little Miss Fuzzle and Golden Future.
The Fuzzle was a legend among the elves and generally accepted to be the oldest and wisest elf in the whole of Elf-Land.
Some said he was King of the Elves, but The Fuzzle always refused to be called "Majesty" or "Your Highness".
The gruesome twosome meet outside Vyker's labs, the Glukkon-run factory which has been killing Gabbits and using Fuzzles for animal testing (see - told you