Definition of Foozlers
1. foozler [n] - See also: foozler
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Foozlers
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Literary usage of Foozlers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Complete Golfer by Harry Vardon (1908)
"No doubt the noble army of foozlers derive an immense amount of enjoyment from the practice of their game, and it is my earnest prayer that they may long ..."
2. Our Lady of the Green: A Book of Ladies Golf by Mrs Louie Mackern, M. Boys, Isette Pearson (1899)
"... of the foozlers. " It is an ill wind that blows no one any good," and from a professional's point of view I should especially commend a nor'-easter. ..."
3. The Book of Golf and Golfers by Horace Gordon Hutchinson (1899)
"I am convinced that adult beginners and fossilised foozlers think too Little of theory and its bearing on their practice. Theory cannot be hid. ..."