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diddle with

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of diddle with

  1. to handle thoughtlessly, ignorantly, or mischievously if you use my home theater system, don't diddle with the settings—everything has been professionally calibrated Synonyms tamper (with), fiddle (with), fool (with), mess (with), monkey (with), play (with), tinker (with), toy (with), twiddle (with)Related Words abuse, alter, doctor, manhandle, manipulate, mistreat, misuse; butt in, interfere, intrude, meddle, muck (about or around)


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