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  • adj. comparative form of fiddly: more fiddly


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  • Instant accent heaven, though I guess it would be a tad fiddlier on the Pearl.

    Tuesday, October 28, 2008 | Lifehacker Australia

  • Web site GoSwitch lets you look at available options and can switch your account automatically if you live in Victoria site founder Ben Freund explains in an interview with The Australian why the process is fiddlier in other states.

    GoSwitch helps you choose cheap electricity plans | Lifehacker Australia

  • It was fiddlier in the sense that it took more thinking - I was sewing triangles to a parallelagram, and appliqued the other star points in place.

    Making Squares

  • So worrying about your intimate grooming pre-sex is as pointless as finessing the fiddlier sort of nouvelle cuisine for their delectation - when, so to speak, they're more than happy with a big bowl of Pedigree Chum.

    A Bald Assertion

  • However, the small movie/stills mode buttons and the playback button that nestle just behind the shutter release are fiddlier to use.


  • Yes, it does work for simple multimedia tasks, but in a way that's almost always slower and fiddlier than just using the keyboard and existing Windows interface.

    CNET Australia

  • And the need to wire it (six times) to the subwoofer makes it an altogether fiddlier system to integrate into your front room than some rivals.

    PC Authority

  • The later is a little fiddlier but definitely worth it to stop vibrations from getting amplified.


  • Meanwhile, the restore part regresses to an explorer tree that's fiddlier than the rest of the software, but the flexibility it brings over Windows 'own Previous Versions tool is tremendous.

    PC Authority

  • It's a little more fiddlier than before, but such is the life of a bleeding edge user.


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