At the close of Plato's banquet, at daybreak, when all the evening's revelers and rhetoricians have passed out, Socrates rises from among the sleepers and goes to spend the balance of the day in his customary manner, for the philosopher feels no fuddle
, and reason does not weary of its work; nor will it here, because the philosopher's distant student has also wakened early, left the priestly functions toward which his studious nature had initially inclined him, and begun his service as a physician, consequently as a scholar of Hippocrates and Galen, among the Greeks the more empirically inclined.
Many other `original' linguistic inventions which may fuddle
the wits of the young are fashioned by the editors' literal-minded determination to stick by the letter of the text, such as `flowdin' (for `the numbers that Petrarch flowed in'), or `who se' (for `whose'), or `panyn' (for `pauyn', i.
At times she confused which day was which or relatives' ages and complained that her mind was "all a fuddle
Within a few years there were a range of wines on the market bearing such names as Luv-a-Duk, Fuddle
Duck and Little White Duck.
13 Who played the imbecile Guy Fuddle
in the Jennifer Saunders comedy Happy Families?
piss tillate 249 Line 7 Flowers / loveliest / where they grow /Love them enjoy them / and leave them so / Let's go
Clearly, we old fuddle
duddies all believe that what we simply need is more reporters like us.
17 In which 1985 sitcom did Jennifer Saunders play grandmother Edith Fuddle
and all four of her grandchildren, Joyce, Cassie, Roxanne and Madelaine?
There was a staff fuddle
at lunchtime and lots of lovely presents from children, staff, friends and parents.
Or maybe a fuddle
, as the former First Minister Henry McLeish, who was over at Hampden yesterday, might have said.
see IV, go under <Gmc (phrase, but flounder) perfect synonym) fuddle
18 Which comedienne starred in the Ben Elton sitcom Happy Families playing various members of the Fuddle
Whether this 108-minute film now exists as a muddle in a fuddle
or a fuddle
in a muddle, Cassandra's Dream is a nautical nightmare which can only befuddle.
MY SISTER always used to get round a certain swear word by saying she was in a mucking fuddle
After the ambiguous visits of Tillerson and Mattis, this move further fuddles
the communication gap between the two countries and confounds effective cooperation.