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Definitionto have difficulty — such as to not know what to do or to move awkwardly on unsure footing
- The snow lay yards deep in our road; and, as we floundered on, my companion wearied me with constant reproaches that I had not brought a pilgrim's staff: telling me that I could never get into the house without one, and boastfully flourishing a heavy-headed cudgel, which I understood to be so denominated.Chapter 3 (29% in)
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