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- n. Variant of tarradiddle.
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- n. Alternative form of tarradiddle.
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- n. a trivial lie
- n. pretentious or silly talk or writing
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~~~~~~~~~~~French Vocabulary~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ taradiddle = silly story (also fib); le onzième
Note: the following taradiddle (now there's a fun new word — for me anyway ...) was written two or so years ago.
Note: the following taradiddle now there's a fun new word—for me anyway... was written two or so years ago.
Marcus, your writing epitomizes the term taradiddle.
Somehow the words ‘mellifluous taradiddle’ spring to mind…
And one honest to goodness Directive, the only part of all this taradiddle that is actually going to have to go through Parliament though, probably, only as secondary legislation:
The time came when she not only TOLD her taradiddle about having
Thanks to all this taradiddle of yours, that may no longer be the case.
I hesitated; then resolved on a taradiddle, -- in Marjorie's interest.
'I perceive you are of opinion that I have been told a taradiddle.