[fid-l-fad-l] /ˈfɪd lˌfæd l/
verb (used without object), fiddle-faddled, fiddle-faddling.
to fuss with trifles.
(used to express irritation, impatience, etc.)
trivial matter; nonsense
(intransitive) to fuss or waste time, esp over trivial matters
1570s (n.); 1630s (v.), apparently a reduplication of obsolete faddle “to trifle.”
An exclamation of irritation, disapproval, dismissal, etc (1671+)
Nonsense; foolishness; bullshit: such homemade fiddle-faddle (1577+)
[fid-l-foo t-id] /ˈfɪd lˌfʊt ɪd/ adjective, Informal. 1. restlessly wandering.
adjective Particular and accursed; damn •Used for vehement and vulgar emphasis: Not one swingin’ dick will be leavin’ this fiddlefuckin’ area (1960s+)
noun 1. a pattern of spoon or fork having a handle that narrows abruptly from a broad, flat upper part and terminates with a pronounced shoulder above the bowl or tines. noun 1. the style of a spoon or fork with a violin-shaped handle
[fid-l-hed] /ˈfɪd lˌhɛd/ noun 1. Nautical. a billethead having a form similar to the volute carved at the upper end of a violin. 2. the young, coiled frond of various species of ferns, eaten as a vegetable. /ˈfɪdəlˌhɛd/ noun 1. (nautical) an ornamental carving, in the shape of the scroll at the head end of […]