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Synonyms for doodle

to waste time by engaging in aimless activity

Synonyms for doodle

an aimless drawing

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make a doodle

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For the art historian and psychologist, Ernst Kris, the fantasies and thoughts hidden in doodles are those from which the doodler wants to liberate him or herself.
And I'm this super doodler, so I started creating greeting cards.
He also was a doodler, minor poet, and everyday philosopher, as evidenced by this collection of sayings, drawings, definitions, and aphorisms.
Doodler - apparently his real name - is a professional doodler whose work has appeared on clothing, in cartoons, and now, in this debut effort for young readers, in a combination alphabet-animal book that invites children to try their hand at the inviting task of making offbeat sketches of favorite creatures, and concocting zany rhymes to go along with them.
Who better than the 19th century doodler of Gin Lane to depict the depraved insanity that I in my darker moments feel has become of our beloved industry.
Write-On, The Ink-Stained Reindeer You know Marker and Printer, and Shader and Tracer, Sketcher and Doodler, and Jot and Eraser, But do you recall The most ink-stained wretch of all?
Approximately 12 minutes into the observation, Jay turned and walked into the art area, picked up a writing toy in the shape of a top (called a doodler), then returned to the same spot he had stood in before, slightly rolling the doodler between his fingers.
As the story goes, Stanton was a doodler and loved sketching.
a variety of resources and information relating to technology including specific applications such as: the Canale Calculator; Doodler Plus; Mirror; Metric Converter; and Word Complete
That Jonathan shared his ambition with his parents is indicated not only in the "Resolution" quoted above but also in a sermon written in 1724 by his father, in which Timothy, a habitual doodler, drew a design that revealingly juxtaposed the words "Jonathan," "London," and "Corruption" with the words "humble" and "management" written upside down between them (MS, Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, Conn.
The two glovesmiths are going to be pivotal figures in the Benson and Hedges Super Cup final and in a wicket-keeper match bet with Sporting, you would want to be with the sun-hatted Stroud doodler.
And I had contained my spleen until this dipsy doodler began holding her as though carrying a side of beef up flight of stairs--at which point I took exception.
Really young children can start with the Listen and Learn ball game which encourages hand/eye co-ordination, while three-year-olds can move up to the Talkback Picture Phone and Real Sounds Doodler (which use sophisticated electronics to create voice- recognition and touch sensitive drawing).
The disrupter-Ask a doodler, nailclipper, or anyone else who keeps trying to throw the meeting off track to stop immediately.