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Synonyms for fiddle

fidget

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tinker

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fraud

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violin

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Synonyms for fiddle

to move one's fingers or hands in a nervous or aimless fashion

to handle something idly, ignorantly, or destructively

fiddle away: to pass (time) without working or in avoiding work

Synonyms for fiddle

bowed stringed instrument that is the highest member of the violin family

avoid (one's assigned duties)

commit fraud and steal from one's employer

play the violin or fiddle

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play on a violin

manipulate manually or in one's mind or imagination

play around with or alter or falsify, usually secretively or dishonestly

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try to fix or mend

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Audiences can expect to hear traditional material from both sides of the pond, with Eliza's trademark fiddle playing and Tim's electric guitar and banjo.
By Gordon Fronted by the incendiary fiddle playing of BBC Radio 2 Musician of the Year, Tom McConville, his live performances have become legendary and have led him to perform and record with Stephane Grapelli, Barbara Dickson, Lindisfarne, Richard Thompson and many others.
Fronted by the incendiary fiddle playing of BBC Radio 2 Musician of the Year ,Tom McConville, his unforgettable live performances have become legendary and have led him to perform and record with Stephane Grapelli, Barbara Dickson, Lindisfarne, Richard Thompson and many others.
Dun was inspired by an epic Chinese novel, and the audience offered flavours of the Silk Road, of China, the Mongolian steppe (with rhythmic sections inspired by ancient Mongolian horse fiddle playing) and an other-worldly opening driven by percussion on Tibetan singing bowls - the frequency of which must have upset family pets and hearing aid wearers within a half-mile radius.
Dunne and Graham are both members of the band Beoga, which has been described as "the most exciting new traditional band to emerge from Ireland this century.'' Meanwhile, Dunne has toured extensively on the worldwide stage and won acclaim for both her beautiful and interpretive singing voice and proficient fiddle playing steeped in Irish tradition as well as classical training.
Culture Shake takes place in the Tin Music and Arts Centre, Coventry Canal Basin, with a full evening of music from diverse sources including Celtic rock from Joe O'Donnell's Shkayla, Latin-jazz fusion from Sonrisa and bluegrass fiddle playing by Jools Street.
Award-winning songwriter and performer Suzi Shelton presents Smile In My Heart, a family -friendly music album brimming with traditional dance tunes that featuring banjo and fiddle playing kicked up to eleven!
He will be joined by local teenager James Jones, whose fiddle playing impressed the judges in Caerphilly's Got Talent, and Welsh singer Catrin O'Neill.
Songs like Waverley Steps and Old Town were real heartbreakers, their sparse arrangements enhanced by Hannah Fisher's gorgeous vocals and atmospheric fiddle playing. Some old Idlewild tracks such as The Quiet Crowd and Goodnight were reworked and minimised to great effect but, unusually, it was the new solo material rather than the old hits that really shone.
The Snowdon Fiddle festival was started with the aim of raising the profile of traditional fiddle playing in the area, and to give people the chance to hear fine folk music from further afield.
It also considers fiddle playing and dancing, the dance tunes, the Killyramer Christmas Rhymers and Mummers, and shinny playing and hurling.
Durocher was a natural entertainer as he got the audience clapping their hands to his fiddle playing and chuckling at his descriptions.
is the debut solo music CD album by Betse Ellis, well known for her fiddle playing as a founding member of "hillbilly riot" band The Wilders.
Kathryn Tickell, one of the most famous players of the Northumbrian Pipes, is appearing with one of the UK's hottest new talents, her fiddle playing brother Peter Tickell, at the Jubilee Institute in Rothbury on Sunday, November 30.
Krauss's hushed harmonies and delicate fiddle playing take the song to another dimension.