Pud"der (?), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Puddered (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Puddering.] [Cf. Pother.]

To make a tumult or bustle; to splash; to make a pother or fuss; to potter; to meddle.

Puddering in the designs or doings of others. Barrow.

Others pudder into their food with their broad nebs. Holland.


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Pud"der, v. t.

To perplex; to embarrass; to confuse; to bother; as, to pudder a man.



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Pud"der, n.

A pother; a tumult; a confused noise; turmoil; bustle.

"All in a pudder."



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