fiddling definition

  • adjective:
    • Trivial; petty.
    • Of petty or insignificant importance; footling
    • (casual) little as well as small importance
    • Trivial; petty.
    • Of petty or trivial value; footling
    • (informal) tiny and of small importance
    • Trivial; petty.
    • Of petty or trivial importance; footling
    • (informal) little as well as small significance
    • Trivial; petty.
    • Trivial; petty.
    • Trivial; petty.
    • Trivial; petty.
    • Of petty or insignificant importance; footling
    • Of petty or insignificant value; footling
    • Of petty or insignificant value; footling
    • Of petty or insignificant value; footling
    • (informal) tiny as well as little value
    • (informal) small as well as small significance
    • (informal) tiny and of small relevance
    • (informal) little as well as little value
  • verb:
    • provide participle of fiddle.
    • provide participle of fiddle.
    • provide participle of fiddle.
    • Present participle of fiddle.
    • Present participle of fiddle.
    • Present participle of fiddle.
    • provide participle of fiddle.
  • noun:
    • action associated with verb to fiddle
    • The act or practice of playing regarding fiddle.
    • Trifling; useless or unimportant doings; fidgeting because of the fingers or hands.
    • activity of the verb to fiddle
    • The work or practice of playing on fiddle.
    • Trifling; ineffective or unimportant doings; fidgeting using hands or arms.
    • action associated with verb to fiddle
    • The act or training of playing regarding fiddle.
    • Trifling; worthless or unimportant doings; fidgeting aided by the fingers or fingers.
    • action for the verb to fiddle
    • action of verb to fiddle
    • activity of the verb to fiddle
    • activity for the verb to fiddle
    • The work or training of playing on the fiddle.
    • The act or training of playing regarding the fiddle.
    • The work or rehearse of playing in the fiddle.
    • Trifling; useless or unimportant doings; fidgeting because of the fingers or fingers.
    • The act or rehearse of playing from the fiddle.
    • Trifling; useless or unimportant doings; fidgeting aided by the fingers or fingers.
    • Trifling; useless or unimportant doings; fidgeting aided by the fingers or fingers.
    • Trifling; useless or unimportant doings; fidgeting aided by the hands or fingers.
  • others:
    • Tri fling; trivial; fussily hectic with nothing.
    • Tri fling; insignificant; fussily busy with nothing.
    • Tri fling; insignificant; fussily hectic with nothing.
    • Tri fling; trivial; fussily busy with absolutely nothing.
    • Tri fling; trivial; fussily busy with absolutely nothing.
    • Tri fling; trivial; fussily hectic with nothing.
    • Tri fling; insignificant; fussily busy with nothing.

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