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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.
Group USA, Charlotte Russe, Reebok, Anchor Blue, Foozles, Athlete's Foot, Greg Norman Golf, Nine West Outlet and Just for Feet.