diddle

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diddle 1. /vt./ To work with or modify in a not particularly serious manner. "I diddled a copy of ADVENT so it didn't double-space all the time." "Let's diddle this piece of code and see if the problem goes away." See tweak and twiddle. 2. /n./ The action or result of diddling. See also tweak, twiddle, frob.


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