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addled

[ ad-ld ]
/ ˈæd ld /
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adjective
confused, especially mentally:Given her addled state, the police discounted much of what the witness had to say.
(of an egg) not able to produce viable young:One of the nests had two chicks and two addled eggs.
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Origin of addled

OTHER WORDS FROM addled

un·ad·dled, adjective
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