Thesaurus / fuddled

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At last he sank in a heap, fuddled with wine and quite exhausted.

Robin HoodJ. Walker McSpadden

In fact, he fuddled himself so that when the little gentleman called out 'Ho!

Major VigoureuxA. T. Quiller-Couch

He returned to his brandy bottle, and alternated between a fuddled brain and moods of wild jealousy.

He had continued to tipple until night, when he retired in a fuddled state to rest.

The Lively PollR.M. Ballantyne

So eager and fuddled were the disputants of the Lively Poll that they did not at first observe the newcomers.

The Lively PollR.M. Ballantyne

He admitted that at the time he was fuddled with whisky; otherwise his capture would have been more difficult and dangerous.

I got fuddled on direction in there, so I asked the woman who hung around which way was College Hill.

PlaysSusan Glaspell

So fuddled was he by vodka that he was unable to understand the purport of my visit.

The Minister of EvilWilliam Le Queux

He watched with an empty brain, rendered anaemic by the late hour, fuddled by the incessant bustle.

Very WomanRemy de Gourmont

And he pushed three one-pound notes into the fuddled Ned's hand, who saw no reason in denying a friend of this kind.

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