from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A small or worthless amount.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. nothing; nothing whatsoever.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a small worthless amount
Republicans don't know diddly-squat about economics and financial policy.
Other than getting into a decent grad school and associating with the cream of your generation, getting straight A's means diddly-squat in the real world, where it's all about hustle, determination, focus, dressing right, sucking up, and who you know.
I would do diddly-squat because there is no way that a novel – or a video game, television show or film, for that matter – can have any possible input into a criminal act.
That's because they don't know diddly-squat about issues.
I choose, and voted for, Barack Obama, but if he doesn't win, I will vote for Clinton over John McCain anytime, and I no longer care diddly-squat for Clinton.
I get diddly-squat for posting this comment on this blog.
I thought he was gonna hit a ton of home runs this year, and he pretty did diddly-squat and was sent back to the minors a week ago.
The honest answers are that the current congress has done diddly-squat towards enacting the change that was promised in 2006.
"The honest answers are that the current congress has done diddly-squat towards enacting the change that was promised in 2006."
I read and enjoy mysteries set in English villages, because I know diddly-squat about life in an English village -- maybe English folks would believe a mystery set in rural CT - either way, it's a limited readership, right?
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