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  • twee|dle|dum and twee|dle|dee — «TWEE duhl DUHM uhn TWEE duhl DEE», two things or parties that are identical or nearly identical. ╂[< tweedle + dum, dee, suffixes suggesting musical notes; originally applied to a pair of musicians] …   Useful english dictionary

  • dle — ad·dle·pate; ai·dle; bea·dle; bea·dle·dom; bin·dle; bri·dle·less; brin·dle; bud·dle·ia; ca·boo·dle; can·dle·mas; ca·noo·dle; con·did·dle; crud·dle; cru·dle; cud·dle·some; did·dle·dees; doo·dle·sack; drid·dle; fad·dle; far·dle; fer·ri·did·dle;… …   English syllables

  • dee — bar·dee; chal·dee; chick·a·dee; chor·dee; cul·dee; cus·to·dee; dee·jay; dee·ner; dee·vil; dee·vil·ick; dol·lar·dee; dun·dee; fid·dle·dee·dee; fid·dle·dee·dee; gran·dee; gran·dee·ship; kil·dee; kill·dee; kis·ka·dee; prop·a·gan·dee; spon·dee; dee;… …   English syllables

  • diddle-dee — did·dle dee …   English syllables

  • fid|dle-de-dee — «FIHD uhl dee DEE», interjection, noun. = nonsense. (Cf. ↑nonsense) …   Useful english dictionary

  • fiddle-de-dee — fid•dle de dee or fid•dle•de•dee [[t]ˌfɪd l dɪˈdi[/t]] interj. (used to express irritation, dismissive indifference, or scorn.) • Etymology: 1775–85; fiddle+ nonsense syllables …   From formal English to slang

  • tid|dle|dy|winks — «TIHD uhl dee WIHNGKS», noun. = tiddlywinks. (Cf. ↑tiddlywinks) …   Useful english dictionary

  • fid — fid·dle·dee·dee; fid·dler; fid·dley; fid·get·er; fid·get·i·ness; fid·get·ing·ly; fid·gety; fid; fid·ia; fid·i·bus; mul·ti·fid; palmat·i·fid; per·fid·i·ous; per·fid·i·ous·ly; per·fid·i·ous·ness; pin·nat·i·fid; quad·ri·fid; soli·fid·i·an;… …   English syllables

  • did — ac·ri·did; aleu·ro·did; ar·a·did; ar·chi·did·as·ca·li·an; can·did·ly; can·did·ness; con·did·dle; co·pep·o·did; did; did·der; did·dle dee; did·dle·dees; did·dler; did·dy; did·ger·i·doo; did·na; did·ric; did·y·mo·lite; did·y·mous; Di·lau·did;… …   English syllables

  • Tweedledum and Tweedledee — Twee dle*dum and Twee dle*dee Two things practically alike; a phrase coined by John Byrom (1692 1793) in his satire On the Feuds between Handel and Bononcini. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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