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  • adjective Somewhat drunk; tiddly


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  • She played a dreamy waltz, marking the time with the bass, while with the right hand she 'tiddled' in alternate octaves.

    Of Human Bondage 1919

  • * Distinct signs of hope for North Carolina: Vending machine in women's restroom offering a fine selection of condoms and adult toys, including Tiddly-winks – "For the man who has nothing at all, and the woman who wants to be tiddled."

    The only thing better.... mariness 2007

  • It tiddled with rain all the way - actually, tiddled is a bad word to use, since it implies a sort of gentle tinkling (!!!).

    sheepdip Diary Entry sheepdip 2002

  • 'I' m not surprised; you were as tiddled as an owl last night, 'said Leslie.

    My Family and Other Animals Durrell, Gerald, 1925- 1956

  • Ye winked at their faults, and tiddled them alway;

    A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 2 William Carew Hazlitt 1873

  • I tried lifting up one of them, but I suppose it tiddled him -- fancied he had got a big fly about him, I suppose.

    Trapped by Malays A Tale of Bayonet and Kris George Manville Fenn 1870


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