Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of piddle.

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Examples

  • She had a similar reaction to us when we heard people "piddled" around at home.

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  • Cook has ordered replacement pots from London, as these are not up to her standard, and Ruby has piddled on every tree in our garden—something Hart feels I should not allow: even his dog must show decorum.

    Exit the Actress

  • Cook has ordered replacement pots from London, as these are not up to her standard, and Ruby has piddled on every tree in our garden—something Hart feels I should not allow: even his dog must show decorum.

    Exit the Actress

  • So I piddled around with some of the other states still outstanding.

    COURAGE AND CONSEQUENCE

  • Would it be news that over 4000 Americans and at least $1 trillion has been piddled away on a really bad deal?

    Scripting News for 5/2/2008 « Scripting News Annex

  • You should also replace the sand every two years whether Fluffy piddled there or not.

    You Raising Your Child

  • Sometimes, four days will go by and I've just kind of, like, piddled.

    Ed Ruscha: 'There's room for saying things in bright shiny colours'

  • You should also replace the sand every two years whether Fluffy piddled there or not.

    You Raising Your Child

  • Rocky walked him to the sidewalk where Adolpf piddled on a sorry scrap of grass, then put the pup in the car and called Janet.

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  • You should also replace the sand every two years whether Fluffy piddled there or not.

    You Raising Your Child

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