from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To walk unsteadily; totter; dawdle
- v. To diddle (cheat)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To toddle; to walk unsteadily, like a child or an old man; hence, to do anything slowly or feebly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To walk with tottering steps, like a child or an old man; waddle.
- n. A large bib or pinafore.
- n. The hand.
But, I use a Rem 11-87 with a daddle mount, 4x scope, and a screw-in choke tube.
Michael, can you you even bear to say the word ‘daddle’ aloud?
Hey daddle daddle, the cat went to battle the werecow beneath the moon.
We had cheerleaders and a losing basketball team for them to cheer for – Bobo skewatten-daddle, get it right!
Diddled he daddle a drop of the cradler on delight mebold laddy was stetched?
Air Force was allowed to maintain a bombing range right off shore, and the major oil companies continued to drill and dredge and diddle and daddle all along the edges of the preserve.
When Mog up with her daddle, bang-up to the mark,  and she black'd the Bunter's eye.
Nelson, and the family tradition is that the hero accosted him with a kind smile and said, 'Give me a shake of your daddle, my boy, for I've only one to shake _you_ with.'
Highland style; he met us at the door and gave us a drain from the bottle, first gulping a glass himself of that double-strong like & fire-eater, without a twink of the eye or a wince of the mouth; and then with a grip o 'the daddle, which made the fingers crack, he pulled us into his bonnie wee bit shooting box of a house, with a
So, v'en the Corp tipped me the vord, sir, I put my castor on my sconce, slipped a barker in my cly, took my stick in my fib -- or as you might say 'daddle,' d 'ye see, and toddled over to keep a ogle on you.