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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. The character is hidden somewhere in a town marked by a grid.
When we think about it, either as managers of our companies or as clients of someone else's, each business has developed these "foozle factors." Often, it is easier for us to see them in another company.
Lee, bom in 1828, was "perhaps Ontario's first native playwright" and the author of, in 1853, Fiddle, Faddle and Foozle, the first indigenous play "on the Toronto stage." There are two portraits of Lee in the book, one when young and looking like Edgar Allan Poe, and one when old, but nothing is said of his life and career.
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).