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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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New Delhi (India), Mar 08 ( ANI ): On the occasion of International Women's Day, Google Doodle - or Doodles would be more appropriate - have tried to share the spirit of womanhood with the world.
Other "snow games" themed doodles since the Winter Olympic Games began have included (https://www.
Doodle Girl and the Magical Ice Palace is the festively-themed third book in the popular Doodle Girl series.
ISLAMABAD -- In order to mark the 70th Independence Day of Pakistan, the tech giant, Google has changed its logo to a doodle with animated Pakistani flag.
Last 2000, Google began replacing their homepage logo with Doodles to commemorate holidays, historical events, or illustrious personalities.
DOODLES may be shapes, patterns, drawings or scribbles - anything we produce in an idle moment while the focus of our attention is elsewhere.
Today's doodle dedication to the yesteryear actor is a video journey of her life - films, stardom, Hollywood star in Hall of Fame, work on her invention, and the entire metanarrative of World War II surrounding it.
Noticeably, APCC guests both young and old couldn't help taking closer and multiple looks at the outstanding doodles on the two Mini Coopers, as if the black and white visuals bewitched and beckoned.
Zen Doodle: Oodles of Doodles gathers under one cover more doodle art from around the world, pairing some 100 original designs and patterns with the latest techniques that originate from a desire to doodle.
Public voting for the finalists doodles is from October 6 to 26, 2016.
GOOGLE'S homepage doodles normally elicit laughter and delight but one last week made some people very unhappy indeed.
But beware, says Ruth Rostron, a professional handwriting analyst: "Because we doodle without thinking our doodles can be very revealing - like Freudian slips or body language that we are not aware of.
One scene in the movie shows a judge, while presiding in the courtroom, coloring in the letter "O" wherever it appears in the papers on his desk while the court psychologist casually makes doodles which, to some, look like chimpanzees (Fig.
Google Pakistan celebrated Pakistan's 66th Independence Day with one of its characteristic doodles.