2. Interjection. Expresses mild dismay or annoyance. ¹
3. Noun. (plural of fiddlestick) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Fiddlesticks
1. fiddlestick [n] - See also: fiddlestick
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fiddlesticks
Literary usage of Fiddlesticks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Nursery Stud Thoroughbreds: Property of August Belmont, Lexington, Kentucky by August Belmont (1897)
"1893. blk. f., Floretta IV., by Civil Service or »fiddlesticks. 1894. Missed. ... Rayon d'Or. 1897. ch. c., by fiddlesticks. 1898. by Top Gallant. ..."
2. The Village Notary: A Romance of Hungarian Life by József Eötvös (1850)
"fiddlesticks I it's nothing ad rem, I teU you ! ... Oh, fiddlesticks! eh?" cried the assessor, striking the table with his fist, "when I say — eh, ..."
3. Tales of the Scottish Peasantry by Alexander Bethune, John Bethune (1884)
"To return from this digression, the fiddlesticks bank was supposed to have ... He accordingly bought shares of the fiddlesticks bank with the whole of Mrs. ..."