Fuddle en una oración (en ingles)
- But she could not help fuddling about on account of her being uncomfortable around her, such was her surpassing beauty.
- Petr shook his head to clear his fuddled senses.
- Of course he had a way, the drink had fuddled his brain.
- Strike me silly, said Costello, a low fellow who was fuddled.
- Fuddled with beer, he had enjoyed the better part of their last bottle of wine.
- Something clicked in his fuddled consciousness, triggering a shudder of cold dread.
- The effects of an incomplete fucking were sadly taking their toll on the politeness region in her fuddled brain.
- He stared at me blankly; then, as the notion dawned on his fuddled brain, his face broke into the vacant drunkard's smile.
- Had Allward told the patient that he'd woken from a bad dream on Friday night as a cover, sure that the patient would be too fuddled to contradict him?
- Blase and inert, I spent my evenings generally at the Chateau des Fleurs, where I would get fuddled and then dance the cancan (which, in that establishment, was a very indecent performance) with eclat.
- Now, whether these gin and beer harpooneers, so fuddled as one might fancy them to have been, were the right sort of men to stand up in a boat's head, and take good aim at flying whales; this would seem somewhat improbable.
- The master's wife would go on a visit to the country in a few days, and there would be nothing to interfere with the plan; the master always prepared himself for great occasions by getting pretty well fuddled, and the signpainter's boy said that when the dominie had reached the proper condition on Examination Evening he would "manage the thing" while he napped in his chair; then he would have him awakened at the right time and hurried away to school.
Desafortunadamente no tenemos oraciones de ejemplo para esta palabra aún.