Definition of Diddley

1. Noun. A small worthless amount. "You don't know jack"




Definition of Diddley

1. diddly [n -DLIES, -DLEYS] - See also: diddly

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diddley

diddest
diddicoy
diddicoys
diddier
diddies
diddiest
diddle-daddle
diddle-daddled
diddle-daddles
diddle-daddling
diddled
diddler
diddlers
diddles
diddley (current term)
diddleys
diddlies
diddling
diddly-squat
diddly squat
diddlysquat
diddums
diddy
didecyl
didee
didees

Literary usage of Diddley

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Jazz on Film and Video in the Library of Congress by Rebecca D. Clear (1994)
"VBK Host Oscar Brown, Jr. mentions the social and economic trends that contributed to the development of rhythm and blues, before Bo diddley performs "I'ma ..."

2. An Onlooker in France, 1917-1919 by William Orpen (1921)
"... love a soldier You can all (diddley-dum) love me ! " and very well he did it. General Seely asked Maude and myself to dine one night at the "Rhin. ..."

3. Hollywood & the Best of Los Angeles Alive!by Robert White, Phyllis White by Robert White, Phyllis White (2002)
"Past performers include Bo diddley, Queen Ida, Jack Mack and the Heart Attack, Tito Puente, Pancho Sanchez and The Young Dubliners. ..."

4. Luca Sarto: A Novel, a History of His Perilous Journey Into France in the by Charles Stephen Brooks (1920)
"Yo ho, ding ding, hi diddley Ohs!" There came a massive door before him. He unlocked it and pushed it open and left it so. A rat ran under his kingly feet. ..."

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