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  • All I can see is that there ain't an indiwiddle cheer standin 'on its own legs in all the house; and whatever'll the colonel do when he comes down? and what to begin at first, I'm sure I don't know.'

    A Red Wallflower

  • There's every indiwiddle thing to put up, Miss Esther, from our chairs to our beds; and books, and china, and all I'll go at the china fust of all, and to-day. '

    A Red Wallflower

  • The kitchen's all cluttered full o 'boxes and baggage and that; and I don' know where an indiwiddle thing is, this minute. '

    A Red Wallflower

  • Miss and Mother, which was a most unfortunate circumstance for a young co -- indiwiddle. '

    Dombey and Son

  • ‘If I hadn’t been and got made a Grinder on, Miss and Mother, which was a most unfortunate circumstance for a young co — indiwiddle.’

    Dombey and Son

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  • A Cockney (or pseudo-Cockney) form of ‘individual’. Used by Dickens and by W. S. Gilbert.

    June 15, 2013