- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of quiddle.
“I'd like to querken your quiddles on the quizzities of the letter Q because they aren't queme and leave me quaddling and full of querimony.”
“Oh, don't they; here's a vain boy who brushes his hair a dozen times a day, and quiddles over his collar till he is so tired he can hardly stand," laughed Miss Celia, with a little tweak of the ear.”
“I have seen Porter: but he quiddles so, and his wife sees so many”
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