foozle definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to control clumsily; bungle.
    • to control clumsily; bungle.
    • to control clumsily; bungle.
    • To manage clumsily; bungle.
    • To manage clumsily; bungle.
    • to handle clumsily; bungle.
    • to control clumsily; bungle.
    • to handle clumsily; bungle.
    • to control clumsily; bungle.
    • to handle clumsily; bungle.
    • to handle clumsily; bungle.
    • To manage clumsily; bungle.
  • noun:
    • The work of bungling, specifically an unhealthy stroke in golf.
    • A fogey.
    • A mistaken chance in tennis
    • A stupid fellow; a fogy.
    • Act of foozling; a bungling stroke, as with golf.
    • A tedious person; a fogy.
    • In tennis, a badly performed stroke.
    • The work of bungling, particularly an unhealthy stroke in golf.
    • A fogey.
    • A mistaken chance in golf
    • The act of bungling, specially an undesirable swing in tennis.
    • The work of bungling, specifically an undesirable swing in golf.
    • A stupid fellow; a fogy.
    • A fogey.
    • A fogey.
    • Act of foozling; a bungling swing, such as golf.
    • A mistaken shot in tennis
    • A mistaken shot in tennis
    • A tedious person; a fogy.
    • The work of bungling, particularly a poor stroke in golf.
    • In tennis, a badly played swing.
    • A stupid fellow; a fogy.
    • A stupid fellow; a fogy.
    • Act of foozling; a bungling stroke, as with golf.
    • Act of foozling; a bungling swing, such as tennis.
    • A fogey.
    • A tedious person; a fogy.
    • A mistaken shot in golf
    • A tedious individual; a fogy.
    • In golf, a badly performed stroke.
    • In golf, a badly played swing.
    • The act of bungling, especially a poor stroke in golf.
    • A fogey.
    • A mistaken chance in golf
    • The act of bungling, particularly an undesirable swing in tennis.
    • The work of bungling, specifically an unhealthy swing in tennis.
    • A stupid other; a fogy.
    • The act of bungling, specially an undesirable swing in golf.
    • Act of foozling; a bungling swing, like in golf.
    • A fogey.
    • A tedious person; a fogy.
    • A fogey.
    • A fogey.
    • In golf, a badly performed swing.
    • A mistaken shot in golf
    • A mistaken chance in tennis
    • A stupid other; a fogy.
    • Act of foozling; a bungling stroke, as with tennis.
    • The work of bungling, especially an undesirable swing in golf.
    • A fogey.
    • A mistaken shot in golf
    • A tedious person; a fogy.
    • In tennis, a badly performed swing.
    • The act of bungling, especially an unhealthy stroke in golf.
    • A fogey.
    • A mistaken shot in golf
    • The act of bungling, especially a poor swing in tennis.
    • A stupid other; a fogy.
    • A stupid fellow; a fogy.
    • A stupid fellow; a fogy.
    • A mistaken chance in golf
    • A stupid fellow; a fogy.
    • Act of foozling; a bungling swing, as in tennis.
    • Act of foozling; a bungling stroke, as in golf.
    • Act of foozling; a bungling swing, like in tennis.
    • A fogey.
    • Act of foozling; a bungling swing, like in golf.
    • A tedious person; a fogy.
    • A tedious person; a fogy.
    • A tedious individual; a fogy.
    • In tennis, a badly performed swing.
    • A stupid fellow; a fogy.
    • A tedious individual; a fogy.
    • A mistaken chance in golf
    • In tennis, a badly played stroke.
    • In golf, a badly played stroke.
    • Act of foozling; a bungling swing, like in tennis.
    • In golf, a badly performed swing.
    • A tedious person; a fogy.
    • A stupid fellow; a fogy.
    • In tennis, a badly played stroke.
    • Act of foozling; a bungling swing, such as tennis.
    • A tedious individual; a fogy.
    • In golf, a badly performed stroke.
  • verb:
    • doing anything clumsily or awkwardly; to bungle.
    • To bungle; to control awkwardly; to deal with or play unskillfully.
    • doing one thing clumsily or awkwardly; to bungle.
    • To bungle; to control awkwardly; to deal with or play unskillfully.
    • to accomplish some thing clumsily or awkwardly; to bungle.
    • doing something clumsily or awkwardly; to bungle.
    • To bungle; to handle awkwardly; to take care of or play unskillfully.
    • To bungle; to handle awkwardly; to deal with or play unskillfully.
    • to complete anything clumsily or awkwardly; to bungle.
    • To bungle; to manage awkwardly; to deal with or play unskillfully.
    • to-do some thing clumsily or awkwardly; to bungle.
    • To bungle; to manage awkwardly; to treat or play unskillfully.
    • to accomplish some thing clumsily or awkwardly; to bungle.
    • to-do anything clumsily or awkwardly; to bungle.
    • to accomplish anything clumsily or awkwardly; to bungle.
    • To bungle; to manage awkwardly; to take care of or play unskillfully.
    • To bungle; to control awkwardly; to deal with or play unskillfully.
    • to-do some thing clumsily or awkwardly; to bungle.
    • To bungle; to handle awkwardly; to deal with or play unskillfully.
    • to accomplish something clumsily or awkwardly; to bungle.
    • To bungle; to handle awkwardly; to treat or play unskillfully.
    • doing some thing clumsily or awkwardly; to bungle.
    • To bungle; to control awkwardly; to deal with or play unskillfully.
    • To bungle; to handle awkwardly; to take care of or play unskillfully.
  • others:
    • To bungle; make a moss of; do clumsily or bunglingly: as, to foozle an attempt, in golf.
    • To bungle; make a moss of; do clumsily or bunglingly: because, to foozle a shot, in golf.
    • To bungle; make a moss of; do clumsily or bunglingly: since, to foozle a shot, in golf.
    • To bungle; make a moss of; do clumsily or bunglingly: since, to foozle a shot, in tennis.
    • To bungle; make a moss of; do clumsily or bunglingly: as, to foozle an attempt, in golf.
    • To bungle; make a moss of; do clumsily or bunglingly: since, to foozle a shot, in golf.
    • To bungle; make a moss of; do clumsily or bunglingly: as, to foozle a go, in tennis.
    • To bungle; make a moss of; do clumsily or bunglingly: because, to foozle a shot, in tennis.
    • To bungle; make a moss of; do clumsily or bunglingly: because, to foozle a go, in tennis.
    • To bungle; make a moss of; do clumsily or bunglingly: since, to foozle a go, in tennis.
    • To bungle; make a moss of; do clumsily or bunglingly: since, to foozle an attempt, in golf.
    • To bungle; make a moss of; do clumsily or bunglingly: because, to foozle an attempt, in golf.

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