Definition of Doddles

1. Noun. (plural of doddle) ¹



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Definition of Doddles

1. doddle [n] - See also: doddle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doddles

dodded
doddered
dodderer
dodderers
dodderier
doddering
dodderingly
dodders
doddery
doddier
doddies
doddiest
dodding
doddle
doddles (current term)
doddy
dodeca-
dodecadactylum
dodecadic
dodecadodecahedra
dodecadodecahedron
dodecadodecahedrons
dodecaedron
dodecagon
dodecagonal
dodecagons
dodecagrid
dodecagynia
dodecagynous

Literary usage of Doddles

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1. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. a Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1890)
"Another shout, followed quickly by another, and then doddles, taking hold of ... What was it that doddles saw in the distance that caused him to turn pale, ..."

2. The Wassail-bowl by Albert Smith (1843)
"The Pantaloon doddles up, and of course tumbles over him ; then they take Harlequin between them, and turn him over, which feat ends in their both being ..."

3. The Literary History of the Adelphi and Its Neighborhood by Austin Brereton (1908)
"doddles. 'Rules for the better regulation of England's Burse. Whereas ' Betty. ... I hate everything with a whereas. Come to the rules. doddles. Skip it! ..."

4. The Literary History of the Adelphi and Its Neighbourhood by Austin Brereton (1909)
"doddles. 'Rules for the better regulation of England's Burse. ... Talk or laugh, under pain of—of Betty. Opening her mouth. doddles ..."

5. The Flyers of the Hunt by John Mills (1859)
"Nothing could have assisted his cause less than a direct denial of the impeachment, and being prepared with no other plea, Puffy doddles threw himself ..."

6. Miscellanies by William Makepeace Thackeray (1877)
"Surely you have heard Mrs. Toddles talking to Mrs. doddles about their mutual maids. ... What wages they will Want next, my dear Mrs. doddles, &c. -fi. ..."

7. "Drifting About"; Or, What "Jeems Pipes, of Pipesville," Saw-and-did. An by Stephen C. Massett (1863)
"Magistrate : Come, now, tell me how you and Mrs. doddles got into this state, ... Mrs. doddles: Go it, Jim, tell his lordship all about it. ..."

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