from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A small disc used in tiddlywinks
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. plural See tiddledewinks.
- n. A shop where money is lent on goods without a pawnbroker's license.
- n. A shop where beer is sold without a license.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Shapiro, who studied humanities and science at the Institute, assumed the position and soon discovered that the term tiddlywink had been used much earlier than the Oxford English Dictionary seemed to indicate.
Those tiddlywink cracker things... but you don't do that, do you, Jehovah Witnesses?
Let them all these SOB's take their tiddlywink home and go play in their own bathrooms!!
I'm thinking etsy seller tiddlywink might be glad to have this gone from her house.
A ten, two fives, another ten, two singles, a quarter, two nickels and a tiddlywink dime.
There was a dull, thudding boom, and the i cover bounced up like a tiddlywink.
"It appears that they've decided that they're going to take two feet and put them in the mud and not move one tiddlywink," she said.
Go watch women's beach volleyball, go watch the tiddlywink channel, or just go away.
Four little tiddlywinks were “worse” than one big tiddlywink, according to Diamond’s graphic figure.