Piddle In A Sentence

Definition of Piddle

(intransitive) Often followed by about or around: to act or work ineffectually and wastefully. | (intransitive, obsolete) Synonym of peck: to attack or eat with a beak. | (intransitive, now South US, often with 'with') Synonym of nibble: to pick at or toy with one's food, to eat slowly or insubstantially.

How To Use Piddle In A Sentence?

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Piddle | Piddle Sentence

  • She's got a new toy to piddle with, an' it's a whoppin' big un.

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