Definition of Fiddleback

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fiddleback

ficusin
ficusses
fidalgo
fidalgoes
fidaxomicin
fiddious
fiddle
fiddle-faddle
fiddle-shaped
fiddle about
fiddle around
fiddle away
fiddle the books
fiddle with
fiddleback (current term)
fiddlebacks
fiddled
fiddled with
fiddledeedee
fiddlehead
fiddlehead fern
fiddleheads
fiddleleaf

Literary usage of Fiddleback

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1. The American Quarterly Review by Robert Walsh (1837)
"At the expiration of six weeks he returned, destitute of money, and upon a miserable animal which he facetiously called fiddleback. It would appear that his ..."

2. The Life of Oliver Goldsmith by John Forster (1903)
"... much higher than fiddleback, into cash ; that he had paid for his passage in an American ship, and, the wind threatening to detain them some days, ..."

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