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foozle

1. verb To do something in a clumsy, awkward, or bumbling manner, often when playing golf. Boy, you foozled that drive—good luck finding your ball. I really foozled when I called the CEO by the wrong name.
2. noun An error or blunder, often when playing golf. Boy, that drive was a foozle—good luck finding your ball. Calling the CEO by the wrong name was a real foozle on my part.

foozle

(ˈfuzlæ)
1. n. an error; a messed up task. What a stupid foozle!
2. tv. to mess something up; to bungle something. (see also foozlified.) Who foozled the copying machine?
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For example, in Hide and Seek, the child may find either Flarn or Foozle.
He'd missed one the previous week, and one foozle per millennium is the most you'd expect.
I have the theory of golf at my fingertips, but once out in the middle I do nothing but foozle.
Instead they call themselves Bloo, Orco, Xynthetic or Juice Foozle (the latter might be a conventional given name but the odds are stacked against it).
If he does not slam the ball or beat out a bunt, he's sure to be passed or else some fielder foozles the ball.