addle[ ad-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF addle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADDLE
My head, too, is as addle as an egg this morning, with dining abroad yesterday.
The fumes of the wine were mounting steadily to addle his indifferent brains.
My strong ale must have got into your addle pate with a vengeance.
One drink will addle a person's wits and the second will act as an antidote.
"Don't sit on them with your head downward, or you'll addle them," said Mr. Brush, fiercely.
And ever since he had been repeating to himself, “What do they addle?”
I'm not behowden to ye for mich, as how 'tis—I reckon I addle my mate.
As the sayin' is: 'The tongue of a woman, at last it biteth like a serpent an' it stingeth like an addle,' an' I guess it's so.
Thy head is as full of quarrels as an egg is full of meat, and yet thy head hath been beaten as addle as an egg for quarrelling.
Party debate will addle your pate, ex-parte "facts" bring dizziness.