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tiddly

adjective tid·dly \ˈti-dəl-ē, ˈtid-lē\

Definition of TIDDLY

chiefly British
:  slightly drunk
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Examples of TIDDLY

  1. <after sampling the single malts at several Scottish distilleries, by day's end we were definitely a little tiddly>

Origin of TIDDLY

tiddly an alcoholic drink, probably from English dialect tiddly
First Known Use: 1905

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