fiddle-faddle fiddle-faddle


  • (n) trivial nonsense



  1. Beyond that, the system is mired in bureaucratic inertia and fiddle-faddle.
  2. Huston soon puts a stop to this sort of fiddle-faddle.


  • "We seem to do a lot of good things early, getting leads and dictating play, but then we get away from our game," Niskanen said. "We have to change that now. We don't have time to fiddle-faddle around."
    on Mar 28, 2009 By: Matt Niskanen Source: Sports Network

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