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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Because I thought you were such a respectable, harmless old foozle that you'd never do anything to deserve it.
If I tried a trick out of turn, I might foozle and lose prestige.
HEARTS AND MASKSHAROLD MACGRATH
Xuriel apparently did know his job, for the King's ball continued to be as foozle-proof as the Marshal's mashie.
He was a slow, putterin' kind of an ole foozle, but on the hull a putty decent citizen.
DAVID HARUMEDWARD NOYES WESTCOTT
The newspapers would denounce me as a treacherous liar—you fellows own or control or foozle them in one way and another.
THE DELUGEDAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS
He would be much more likely to fail and foozle, and then what a miserable golfer would he be!
Robert was the hope of the house of Foozle; and it was fortunate his parents were satisfied with him, for few other people were.
Before applying for the job our young friend Foozle would like to know whether he will be required to replace the divot.
I will remember that the next time Robert calls him an auld foozle.
There are words like 'foozle' and 'tee-off' and 'schlaff' and 'baffy-iron' and 'Glenlivet.'
PEEPS AT PEOPLEJOHN KENDRICK BANGS

WORDS RELATED TO FOOZLE

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION