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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of fiddle.

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Examples

  • On a street corner in the Gargaresh quarter of Tripoli, a man who refused to tell a foreigner his last name fiddled with his cellphone.

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  • On a street corner in the Gargaresh quarter of Tripoli, a man who refused to tell a foreigner his last name fiddled with his cellphone.

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  • On a street corner in the Gargaresh quarter of Tripoli, a man who refused to tell a foreigner his last name fiddled with his cellphone.

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  • ID says that an intelligent designer, "fiddled" with the evolutionary process....except of course we have no idea HOW, no idea WHY, no idea WHAT, no idea WHEN and most certainly no idea WHO and apparently it is strictly verboten to even ask.

    If the irony were any thicker ...

  • I've never met anyone in my life who didn't imagine that Nero 'fiddled' played music while Rome burned.

    Fiddling while Rome burned

  • The violin virtuoso who "fiddled," "called off" and acted as justice of the peace that evening, said that I threw aside all reserve and entered with great zest into the dance, and seemed to enjoy it much better than those who danced in the same set with me.

    Remarks

  • UK audit of 'fiddled' Treasury books LONDON: The new British Chancellor, George Osborne, is launching a full, independent audit of government spending, to investigate what he says are

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  • He had told a Sunday Times reporter that he "fiddled" his night subsistence expenses.

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  • He had told a Sunday Times reporter that he "fiddled" his night subsistence expenses.

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  • UK audit of 'fiddled' Treasury books LONDON: The new British Chancellor, George Osborne, is launching a full, independent audit of government spending, to investigate what he says are

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