- to muddle or confuse: a jumble of sounds to fuddle the senses.
- to make drunk; intoxicate.
- to tipple.
- a confused state; muddle; jumble.
Origin of fuddle
Examples from the Web for unfuddled
Historical Examples of unfuddled
Happily he turned out a fair representative of his class, an intelligent and unfuddled cabby.The Black Bag
Louis Joseph Vance
- (tr; often passive) to cause to be confused or intoxicated
- (intr) to drink excessively; tipple
- a muddled or confused state
Word Origin for fuddle
Word Origin and History for unfuddled
1580s, originally "to get drunk," later "to confuse as though with drink" (c.1600), of uncertain origin, perhaps from Low German fuddeln "work in a slovenly manner (as if drunk)," from fuddle "worthless cloth." The more common derivative befuddle appeared 1887. Related: Fuddled; fuddling.