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fud

[ fuhd ]
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noun Slang.
a fuddy-duddy.
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Origin of fud

First recorded in 1910–15; back formation from fuddy-duddy
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How to use fud in a sentence

  • Colonel Aoki stood in the midst of that as firm and unflinching as Ni- or Fud, staring at the enemy with steady gaze.

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  • If you think you can make your bed by playing footsie with an old fud who has only a year to go, try it.

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