addle addle  /ˈæ dəl/


  1. (v) become rotten
  2. (v) mix up or confuse



  1. Lady for a Day exhibits the city as a paradise for addle-headed apple vendors.
  2. Directors are afraid that, for even a moment, they will lose, addle or exasperate the audience.
  3. United Nations troops waited to take up their posts as guards to ensure that no liquor, women or bribe money was smuggled in to addle the judgment of the Deputies.


  • Cupertino to start addling eggs to address geese problem at parks

    This month, Cupertino's public works department acquired a permit from the Department of Fish and Wildlife Service to addle resident Canada goose eggs within the city limits. The move is one of the city's latest attempts to manage its goose population and curb the birds' subsequent messes at city parks, particularly Memorial Park.
    on March 27, 2014     Source: San Jose Mercury News

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