foozler


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foo·zle

 (fo͞o′zəl)
tr.v. foo·zled, foo·zling, foo·zles
To do or deal with poorly or clumsily.
n.
The act of bungling, especially a poor stroke in golf.

[Perhaps from German dialectal fuseln, to work poorly or slowly.]

foo′zler n.
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foozler

noun
A clumsy person:
Slang: screwup.
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He will there often find one layer of consciousness roundly upbraiding another, sometimes in the most violent language of abuse, for a foozled stroke; And so earnest sometimes is the vituperation poured by the unmerciful abuser upon the unfortunate foozler, that truly one is apt sometimes sincerely to commiserate the former, and to regard him as a victim of a multiple personality, and not at all blameable for his own poor play.