Definition of Foozler
1. one that foozles [n -S] - See also: foozles
Lexicographical Neighbors of Foozler
foozler (current term)
Literary usage of Foozler
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Golfers Magazine by United States Golf Association, Western Golf Association (1908)
"The Cinque Ports links, however, possesses at least one hazard that strikes terror into the heart of the foozler, and is a household word among golfers who ..."
2. The Unspeakable Scot by Thomas William Hodgson Crosland (1902)
"On Saturdays they instruct him in the mysteries of " gowf "; on Mondays they tell one another what a "damned foozler" he is. His holidays are always spent ..."
3. Golf by Horace Gordon Hutchinson, Henry James Moncreiff Moncreiff (1892)
"He knows that the party behind mock themselves of him, and regard him as a slow-coach and a foozler, on whom it is unnecessary to waste the courtesies of ..."
4. The Complete Golfer by Harry Vardon (1908)
"... beginner—Too eager to play a round—Despair that follows—A settling down to mediocrity—All men may excel—The sorrows of a foozler—My advice—Three months' ..."
5. Our Railways: Their Origin, Development, Incident and Romance by John Pendleton (1896)
"He does not often get a rollicking visitor like the gentleman sketched in Punch, Mr. foozler, who, while waiting for the last train, wandered to the end of ..."