Definition of Diddling

1. Verb. (present participle of diddle) ¹



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Definition of Diddling

1. diddle [v] - See also: diddle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diddling

diddier
diddies
diddiest
diddle
diddle-daddle
diddle-daddled
diddle-daddles
diddle-daddling
diddled
diddler
diddlers
diddles
diddley
diddleys
diddlies
diddling (current term)
diddly
diddly-shit
diddly-squat
diddly squat
diddlyshit
diddlysquat
diddums
diddy
didecyl
didee
didees
didelphia
didelphian
didelphic

Literary usage of Diddling

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1. The Works of Edgar Allan Poe: Newly Collected and Edited, with a Memoir by Edgar Allan Poe, Edmund Clarence Stedman, George Edward Woodberry (1894)
"diddling, or the abstract idea conveyed by the verb to diddle, ... Yet the fact, the deed, the thing, diddling, is somewhat difficult to define. ..."

2. The Works of Edgar Allan Poe by Edgar Allan Poe (1902)
"diddling—or the abstract idea conveyed by the verb to diddle—is ... Yet the fact, the deed, the thing, diddling, is somewhat difficult to define. ..."

3. The Diddler by A. E. Senter, James Kenney (1868)
"diddling—or the abstract idea conveyed by the verb to diddle—is ... Yet the fact, the deed, the thing diddling, is somewhat difficult to define. ..."

4. The New Tory Guide by Paul Methuen (1819)
"CHORUS—And a diddling, &c. So sure I made my evidence, Which was not long ... CHORUS—And a diddling, Ac, At last the Admiralty's God, More great and great ..."

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