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Because he eats tallow candles and is happy when he can fuddle himself on bad liquor.
VIOLENCE AND THE LABOR MOVEMENTROBERT HUNTER
He could but compose the sort of thing the court wanted of him, and in order to that, had to fuddle his brains first, poor fellow!
THOMAS WINGFOLD, CURATEGEORGE MACDONALD
Hamla Ombashi is a corporal of the transport service, and "fuddle" is to sit down.
KHARTOUM CAMPAIGN, 1898BENNET BURLEIGH
Thee-ing and thou-ing till it is enough to fuddle a sober man's wits.
THE GREAT QUESTCHARLES BOARDMAN HAWES
The horrid creatures are going to fuddle at the tea-garden, and get tipsy like their masters.
THE VIRGINIANSWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
Nazinred and Mozwa had never seen anything of the kind before, or heard the strains of a “fuddle.”
THE WALRUS HUNTERSR.M. BALLANTYNE
Now you'll hear something you might have heard that first night when I had to fuddle you with tales of a seizure.
EWING\'S LADYHARRY LEON WILSON
His head was a fuddle of bushy hair and whiskers, from which his eyes peered with a guilty slant.
THE OPEN BOAT AND OTHER STORIESSTEPHEN CRANE
We shall want very clear heads for what's in front of us, and I'm not going to fuddle mine for a commencement.
A MASTER OF FORTUNECUTCLIFFE HYNE
You'll give a body a furlough, by the way of blowing off the fuddle he has on hand?
AN OUTCASTF. COLBURN ADAMS

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