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fuddle (FUD'l) (noun)
1. A prolonged drinking spell; especially, in the phrase "on the fuddle": It seems as if Willard has been on the fuddle for about two days now.
2. A confused mixture, a jumble: Karin certainly has a fuddle of spools of different colored thread in that box.
muddle (MUD'l) (verb)
1. To cause confusion in someone's mind: Manfred complained that getting too much advice can easily muddle his mind.
2. To mix something in a confused way: So much information can easily muddle Karl's efforts to properly organize the materials he is trying to set up for the book.

Dennis thinks before he has a fuddle or two, he should try to muddle through the accumulation of paper work on his desk.