The Collaborative International Dictionary
Fugle \Fu"gle\, v. i. To maneuver; to move hither and thither. [Colloq.]
Wooden arms with elbow joints jerking and fugling in
vb. (context colloquial English) To manoeuvre; to move around.
Usage examples of "fugle".
He sang until his voice was tired, and after that he played, and the notes of his harp flew past Fugle, still perched angrily on high, and out at the smoke hole, away past the stars.
The building stands alone, in the Fugle section of Frederiksberg, at the end of Hejre Road.