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foozle

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noun foo·zle \ˈfü-zəl\

Definition of foozle

  1. :  an act of foozling; especially :  a bungling golf stroke



1890

First Known Use of foozle

1890

Rhymes with foozle


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foozle

verb foo·zle

Definition of foozle

foo·zledfoo·zling play \ˈfüz-liŋ, ˈfü-zə-\

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to manage or play awkwardly :  bungle



Examples of foozle

  1. <foozled the attempt to move the couch into the apartment and tore the fabric on the arms>



Origin of foozle

perhaps from German dialect fuseln to work carelessly


First Known Use: 1888


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