piddler


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piddler

1. slang One who constantly or consistently spends or wastes time being idle or procrastinating. I've been something of a piddler all my life. I can get work done, sure, but putting things off just seems hardwired into my DNA. The problem with this industry is that it attracts its fair share of piddlers who just want a paycheck for as little actual work as possible.
2. slang One who urinates, especially without full control of oneself. Our dog was such a piddler when she was a puppy that we lined our entire house with newspapers until she was house-trained. Jack has a bad habit of turning into a public piddler whenever he's had a too much to drink.

piddler

n. someone who wastes time. That piddler will never get anywhere in life.
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Anyway, there are some things which even we Field Marshalesses in the sex war really think the boys can keep to themselves and this piddler heads the list.
In fact we can report piddlers in the street to the council who will issue a hefty fine, we can give said person a talking to about it or they can get a fixed penalty notice for their trouble.
For Albion it was also retribution for the notorious pitch piddlers.
As he was writing citations to the public piddlers, a cab driver stopped and advised the officer that a woman had jumped into his idling Crown Vic and pulled smoothly down the block.
Events in the Northumberland Hall include local folk band Piddlers Pot on Monday, a Jazz Night with the Ray Thompson Jazz Septet on Tuesday and dancing to the Castle Band on Wednesday.