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Word Of The Week

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Wednesdays Word Of The Week

SPUDDLE
First documented in the 17th century
To work ineffectively – looking extremely busy whilst achieving nothing – Working on unimportant things, rather than the task at hand

How could you use this in a sentence?

“I really love John being part of the team, he’s such a nice guy and brings good energy but all he does is SPUDDLE hence our department not meeting our targets.

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Word Of The Week

One of Drives regular features is back!!
Wednesdays Word Of The Week

SPUDDLE
First documented in the 17th century
To work ineffectively – looking extremely busy whilst achieving nothing – Working on unimportant things, rather than the task at hand

How could you use this in a sentence?

“I really love John being part of the team, he’s such a nice guy and brings good energy but all he does is SPUDDLE hence our department not meeting our targets.

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Word Of The Week

One of Drives regular features is back!!
Wednesdays Word Of The Week

SPUDDLE
First documented in the 17th century
To work ineffectively – looking extremely busy whilst achieving nothing – Working on unimportant things, rather than the task at hand

How could you use this in a sentence?

“I really love John being part of the team, he’s such a nice guy and brings good energy but all he does is SPUDDLE hence our department not meeting our targets.

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Word Of The Week

One of Drives regular features is back!!
Wednesdays Word Of The Week

SPUDDLE
First documented in the 17th century
To work ineffectively – looking extremely busy whilst achieving nothing – Working on unimportant things, rather than the task at hand

How could you use this in a sentence?

“I really love John being part of the team, he’s such a nice guy and brings good energy but all he does is SPUDDLE hence our department not meeting our targets.

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