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  • n  trivial nonsense

  • Since "collegiate" and its derivatives seemed to need a definition, Dean Gauss ventured: "To me it collegiate means nonsense, fiddle-faddle, bumptious social immaturity .
  • Fallen Angel (20th Century-Fox) drags its feathers through an hour and a half of melodramatic fiddle-faddle that is just promising enough to sharpen the edge of disappointment.
  • Roerich was the "Guru" (Spiritual Leader) to whom the now famous "Dear Guru" letters, full of mystical fiddle-faddle, were written.

  • Matt Niskanen in Sports Network
    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."

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