Scuddle vs Spuddle - What's the difference?

scuddle | spuddle |


As verbs the difference between scuddle and spuddle

is that scuddle is to run hastily; to hurry; to scuttle while spuddle is (obsolete) to make a lot of fuss about trivial things, as if it were important.

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scuddle

English

Verb

(scuddl)
  • To run hastily; to hurry; to scuttle.
  • *around 1900 , O. Henry,
  • *:Just then a girl scuddled lightly around the corner, slipped on a patch of icy snow and fell plump upon the sidewalk.
  • (Webster 1913)

    spuddle

    English

    Verb

  • (obsolete) To make a lot of fuss about trivial things, as if it were important.
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