v.— «George Farson, who managed the Eastern League Holyoke Millers baseball team in 1978, invented a word one day. He said his team was “confuzzling.” That’s confusing and puzzling, with a dash of good ol’ boy mixed in.» —“Division race is still muddled” by Mike Bogen The Republican (Springfield, Massachusetts) Oct. 26, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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