Diddle

• (v. t.) To cheat or overreach. • (v. i.) To totter, as a child in walking.
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Diddle

Did'dle intransitive verb [ Confer Daddle .] To totter, as a child in walking. [ Obsolete] Quarles.
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Diddle

Did'dle transitive verb [ Perh. from Anglo-Saxon dyderian to deceive, the letter r being changed to l .] To cheat or overreach. [ Colloq.] Beaconsfield.
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Diddle

Diddle is British slang for to cheat, to swindle.
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diddle

make traditional 'mouth music'.
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Diddle

To rip someone off or to con someone is to diddle them. When you visit England, check your change to make sure you haven't been diddled!
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diddle

[Informal] to move back and forth jerkily or rapidly; juggle.
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