- v. present participle of faddle.
“I'd read on - there's no fliddle-faddling about setting scenes - writer in charge.”
“I want to apologise to the villagers - particularly the non-residents, so to speak, who keep getting these updates for a book they're not interested in and will never ever read - for these fiddle-faddling thousand and two-thousand word updates on their fpages.”
“WATCHING Kellen's rapt excited face as he spoke of Verlin's fiddle-faddling, Idalia blessed the old Centaur for staying behind to play here tonight.”
“An Indian critic once called Stevenson 'a faddling Hedonist. ”
“Who's to mind the place with all the folk gone fiddle-faddling out?”
“It sounds like having a castle in Spain, or a sheep-walk in Arcadia, and I suppose that merely to wish for it is to be what indignant journalists call "a faddling hedonist.”
“I am afraid I must be at bottom, what a cheerful Indian critic has dubbed me, 'a faddling hedonist, 'for this description of the brother's motives gave me somewhat of a shock.”
“I am afraid I must be at bottom, what a cheerful Indian critic has dubbed me, "a faddling hedonist," for this description of the brother's motives gave me somewhat of a shock.”
“Why don't you attend to your fishing instead of fiddle-faddling with that revolver?”
“I am asking you to go fiddle-faddling about my wife again: I don't see how you _can_ do that, after the way she has used you!”
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