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Synonyms for diddle

to get money or something else from by deceitful trickery

to pass time without working or in avoiding work

Synonyms for diddle

manipulate manually or in one's mind or imagination

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It looked like one of those dances, like Cargo X, that Cunningham diddles with on the way to making something grander.
WE'RE right in the middle of the silly season, a perfect time for the three members of Holme Valley-based children's' theatre company Hey Diddles to perform their fun, action-packed summer show, a Teddy Bears' Picnic.
Redknapp is accused of diddling his tax, while Fabio diddles his syntax.
The unsung hero of the album is drummer Michael Clark, whose paradiddles and other sorts of diddles are just plain dizzying throughout.
But for the Hey Diddles, a Holme Valley-based children's theatre company, it's hard to believe they are rehearsing their second Christmas together.
An all-singing, all-dancing Easter show will fill Slaithwaite Civic Hall with music, fun and laughter thanks to the Hey Diddles.
WHEN it comes to developing new shows, Holme Valley-based company the Hey Diddles have their own in-house market research team.