- v. present participle of diddle.
“And in the mouth of a man who heads an aggressive, swaggering, savagely punitive and pigheaded government department, the word "diddling" is depressing beyond measure.”
“Now, still to come in this half-hour, we ` re going to go in-depth -- serious investigative journalism here -- talking about Diddy and all the name diddling and doodling.”
“Suggestion: From the most heinous, select just one for which there is ready proof — one not susceptible of the kind of diddling that has been so prevalent in Washington these past several years.”
“The revolt's basic premise, this source said, was that NASA was not ready to fly since "none of the hard recommendations have been met and NASA is 'diddling' with the numbers to make it appear they are working.”
“Weigel was hired by the Post three months ago and continued his previous anti-conservative efforts with an attack on those "anti-gay marriage bigots" and making a joke about Matt Drudge "diddling" an 8-year-old boy.”
“diddling' extending from bottom to top in the organization.”
“But Septimus is also wooing Lady Croom (Margaret Colin) while diddling with the unseen wife of the hapless poet Ezra Chater (David Turner).”
“March 20th, 2010 at 7: 50 pm tombaker says: how does diddling altarboys make someone more qualified to understand anything besides altarboy diddling???!?”
“Let those of the other party participate if they wish, but let's not waste any more time diddling and not discussing.”
“And we all know how crabby he gets if he goes too long without diddling a little boy or two.”
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