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guddle

(ˈɡʌdəl)
vb
(Angling) to catch (fish) by groping with the hands under the banks or stones of a stream
n
a muddle; confusion
[C19: of unknown origin]

guddle


Past participle: guddled
Gerund: guddling

Imperative
guddle
guddle
Present
I guddle
you guddle
he/she/it guddles
we guddle
you guddle
they guddle
Preterite
I guddled
you guddled
he/she/it guddled
we guddled
you guddled
they guddled
Present Continuous
I am guddling
you are guddling
he/she/it is guddling
we are guddling
you are guddling
they are guddling
Present Perfect
I have guddled
you have guddled
he/she/it has guddled
we have guddled
you have guddled
they have guddled
Past Continuous
I was guddling
you were guddling
he/she/it was guddling
we were guddling
you were guddling
they were guddling
Past Perfect
I had guddled
you had guddled
he/she/it had guddled
we had guddled
you had guddled
they had guddled
Future
I will guddle
you will guddle
he/she/it will guddle
we will guddle
you will guddle
they will guddle
Future Perfect
I will have guddled
you will have guddled
he/she/it will have guddled
we will have guddled
you will have guddled
they will have guddled
Future Continuous
I will be guddling
you will be guddling
he/she/it will be guddling
we will be guddling
you will be guddling
they will be guddling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been guddling
you have been guddling
he/she/it has been guddling
we have been guddling
you have been guddling
they have been guddling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been guddling
you will have been guddling
he/she/it will have been guddling
we will have been guddling
you will have been guddling
they will have been guddling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been guddling
you had been guddling
he/she/it had been guddling
we had been guddling
you had been guddling
they had been guddling
Conditional
I would guddle
you would guddle
he/she/it would guddle
we would guddle
you would guddle
they would guddle
Past Conditional
I would have guddled
you would have guddled
he/she/it would have guddled
we would have guddled
you would have guddled
they would have guddled
Translations

guddle

(Scot)
vt fishmit den Händen fangen
n (inf: = mess) → Durcheinander nt; this room’s (in) a guddlein diesem Zimmer herrscht das reinste Durcheinander (inf)
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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.
So, today I am guddling through all of my stores to work out exactly what I have - and how to turn it into as many delicious meals as possible.
I asked him why he switched specialties and he said that one day, he'd been guddling * around in someone's brain when he realized he didn't really know what he was doing--and neither did his colleagues.
Other yuppy-style dishes, such as Indonesian flash-fried nether region of lesser-spotted guddling shark, were also conspicuous by their absence.
She is like a stinky bog brush thanks to guddling under trees and a deep love of rolling in anything revolting.
Pal Anne calls while trawling through Claire's Accessories - she's going to a 60s-themed party tonight and is guddling for white plastic beads to wear.
After a wild night out I was woken very early Saturday by David stumbling and guddling round the bathroom.
About an hour later she was in the process of guddling through the bin when she was caught red-handed by one of her children.