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Burble definition, to make a bubbling sound; bubble. See more.

furphy (n.) a false report; Australian slang for an erroneous or improbable story that is claimed to be factual. Furphies are supposedly 'heard' from reputable sources, sometimes secondhand or thirdhand, and widely believed until discounted. Interesting English Words, Unusual Words, Weird Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, Cool Words, Fancy Words, Big Words, Words To Use

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Beamish definition, bright, cheerful, and optimistic. See more.

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Crapulous - Feeling ill as a result of eating too much food. (Haven't we all felt crapulous at times?) A much older word than one might think. Interesting English Words, Unusual Words, Weird Words, Rare Words, Cool Words, Interesting Facts, Fancy Words, Big Words, Words To Use

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Natter - to talk incessantly. Origin Natter is a variant of gnatter meaning "to grumble." It entered English in the early Interesting English Words, Unusual Words, Weird Words, Rare Words, Learn English Words, Unique Words, Cool Words, Fancy Words, Words To Use

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Natter definition, to talk incessantly; chatter. See more.

“Quit your bellyaching” means “stop complaining”. Example: I know she doesn’t have any money but I wish she would quit her bellyaching and get a job. Learn English Grammar, English Writing Skills, English Idioms, English Vocabulary Words, English Phrases, Learn English Words, English Language Learning, English Lessons, Teaching English

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 to confuse or mix up: Dont ferhoodle the things in that drawer./Origin Ferhoodle comes from the Pennsylvania German term verhuddle meaning to tangle and is related to the German word verhudeln meaning to bungle, botch. Unusual Words, Weird Words, Rare Words, Big Words, Words To Use, Unique Words, Great Words, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words

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Ferhoodle definition, to confuse or mix up: Don't ferhoodle the things in that drawer. See more.