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fiddle US English

A violin, especially when used to play folk music

fiddle US Thesaurus

she played the fiddle

bass fiddle US English

Another term for double bass.

bull fiddle US English

A double bass

fiddle-faddle US English

Trivial matters: nonsense

fiddle-footed US English

(Of a horse) skittish

fiddle pattern US English

A design of spoons and forks, with handles shaped like the body of a violin

on the fiddle US English

Engaged in cheating or swindling

fiddle-de-dee US English

Nonsense

fit as a fiddle US English

In good health

play second fiddle to US English

Take a subordinate role to someone or something in a way often considered demeaning

fiddle around in fiddle US English

Pass time aimlessly, without doing or achieving anything of substance

fiddle while Rome burns US English

Be concerned with relatively trivial matters while ignoring the serious or disastrous events going on around one

on the fiddle in fiddle US English

Engaged in cheating or swindling

play second fiddle to in fiddle US English

Take a subordinate role to someone or something in a way often considered demeaning

fiddle while Rome burns in fiddle US English

Be concerned with relatively trivial matters while ignoring the serious or disastrous events going on around one