Definition for "addle"
- To muddle; confuse: "My mind is a bit…
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- To muddle; confuse: "My mind is a bit addled by whiskey” ( Eugene O'Neill). See Synonyms at mistake.
- to make, earn by work; make money or a person's living. — Forby.
- To flourish or grow; to ripen.
- to help make addle; to develop addle; to muddle; since, he addled their mind.
- To cause fertilised eggs to reduce viability, by killing the establishing embryo within through trembling, piercing, freezing or oiling, without breaking the layer.
- which will make addle; to cultivate addle; to muddle.
- to make by labor.
- To thrive or develop; to ripen.
- mix-up or confuse
- become bad
- Having lost the effectiveness of development, and start to become rotten, as eggs; putrid.
- Unfruitful or confused, as brains; muddled. John Dryden.
- See addled.
- Having lost the effectiveness of development, and be rotten, as eggs; putrid. Hence: Unfruitful or confused, as minds; muddled.
- Lees; dregs. Wright
- fluid filth; mire.
- Lees; dregs.
- fluid filth; putrid urine or mire; the drainage from a dunghill.
- The dry lees of wine. Bailey; Ash.
- identical to attle.
- Laborers' wages.
- Having lost the power of development and start to become bad; putrid: placed on eggs. Therefore Empty; idle; vain; barren; creating absolutely nothing; muddled, perplexed, given that head or mind.
- to produce corrupt or putrid, as eggs.
- Hence To ruin; make worthless or inadequate; muddle; mistake: because, to addle the mind, or a bit of work.
- To manure with liquid.
- To become addled, as an egg; therefore, to get to nought; be spoiled.
- To earn; gather slowly, as cash.
- To produce or produce good fresh fruit; ripen.