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  • n. Alternative spelling of daedal.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Displaying artistic skill; ingenious; characterized by artistic qualities or treatment.
  • Artful; changing; inconstant; insincere.
  • Skilful; cunning.
  • Also dædale.


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  • The answer, to do all the diddies in one dedal, would sound: from pulling himself on his most flavoured canal the huge chest-house of his elders (the Popapreta, and some navico, navvies!) he had flickered up and flinnered down into a drug and drunkery addict, growing megalomane of a loose past.

    Finnegans Wake

  • Bush is finalizing a dedal with Poland, a former soviet satellite, to install a missile "defense shield" in Russia's back yard.

    Alex Jones' Prison

  • ‘volcano’ and ‘volcanic’, and Dædalus ‘dedal’, if this word may on

    English Past and Present


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