Prepositions after "fiddle"
fiddle with, around, for, in or about?
|In 83% of cases fiddle with is used|
|Do not fiddle with the market mechanism.|
|Ford fiddled with his Sub-Etha Sens-O-Matic.|
|A year later we were still fiddling with it.|
|Novelists have to get some actual words down before they can fiddle with the theology.|
|Wyszkowski's Second Law: Anything can be made to work if you fiddle with it long enough.|
|I just got a drum loop going, fiddled with it a little bit, and him and Chris Sutherland were the rappers.|
|Governments have fiddled with crime and unemployment figures until it is hard to know what precisely they are telling us.|
|And why is he always fiddling with the button on his jacket??? I can't understand why Temptation was axed, when it was rating 1m plus.|
|But, like dandruff, most people do have a religion and spend time and money on it and seem to derive considerable pleasure from fiddling with it.|
|Or a fuel injector for a large marine diesel engine or a browser, it has to be stable for a decade or so because you can't afford to fiddle with the stuff all the time.|
|In 3% of cases fiddle around is used|
|Bold action is required,,,, but all we get is weaselish dithering and fiddling around the edges.|
|In 3% of cases fiddle for is used|
|The old lady put on her spectacles, fiddled for a few seconds to peel off the backing paper - and then licked the stamp again.|
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