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diddle someone out of something

to cheat someone into giving up something. The boys diddled the old man out of a few bucks. He was diddled out of his last dime.
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diddle something out of someone

Sl. to get something from someone by deception. We diddled about forty bucks out of the old lady who runs the candy shop. They diddled Larry's last dime out of him.
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diddle with something

to play with something; to toy with something. Here, don't diddle with that watch. Stop diddling with your nose, Jimmy!
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diddle

1. tv. to feel someone sexually. (see also feel someone up. Usually objectionable.) She moved her hand over, like she was going to diddle him, then she jabbed him in the crystals.
2. in. to masturbate [oneself]. (Usually objectionable.) Have you been diddling again?
3. tv. to masturbate someone else. (Akin to sense 1 Usually objectionable.) She diddled him since it was his birthday.
4. tv. to cheat someone. The shop owner diddled me out of ten bucks.
5. tv. & in. to copulate [with] someone. (Usually objectionable.) I’m tired of hearing who has diddled whom in Hollywood.

diddle something out of someone

tv. to get something from someone by deception. We diddled about forty bucks out of the old lady who runs the candy shop.
See also: diddle, of, out

diddle with something

in. to play with something; to toy with something. Here, don’t diddle with that watch.
See also: diddle
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The Hey Diddles - from |left - Lisa Kendall, Zoe Scott and Sally Norton
Lisa Kendall, aka Sunny Yellow Diddle, explained: "We have all done drama, acting and singing for years and are members of the Turn T Again eatre, the local am' dram' group in Holmrth.
This trio of singing and dancing mums felt that they had what it took to do something about this and created the Hey Diddles.
FAMILY FUN: The Hey Diddles in rehearsal for their new show
Which is why the Hey Diddles incorporate action songs and rhymes into their performances.
FUN TIME: There's a new show from the Holme Valley''s Hey Diddles, that''s Sally Norton, Mel Brockway and Lisa Kendall
Now the Hey Diddles, that's Sally plus two other mums, Lisa Kendall and Mel Brockway are planning Easter shows.
Lisa's mum Jackie has written the scripts, made props and even appeared on stage alongside the Diddles as Frosty the Snowman at the Holme Valley Christmas Lights show.
SHOWTIME: The Hey Diddles - Lisa Kendall, Sally Norton and Mel Brockway