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diddly

noun did·dly \ˈdi-dəl-ē, ˈdid-lē\

Definition of DIDDLY

slang

Examples of DIDDLY

  1. He helped us a lot, but she didn't do diddly.
  2. <that jerk doesn't know diddly about half the things he spouts off about>

First Known Use of DIDDLY

1964

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