[ UK /tˈɪdlɐ/ ]
  1. a young person of either sex
    they're just kids
    she writes books for children
    `tiddler' is a British term for youngster
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How To Use tiddler In A Sentence

  • Not only that, but if one of tiddlers outside the index started to do well, and get a bit bigger, then it would soon get added to the index.
  • `tiddler' is a British term for youngster
  • I watched TV fishing ‘celebs’ catch everything from tiddlers to Tarpon.
  • The Japanese manufacturer who, when it comes to cars, has made its name by thinking small rather than big, has this month launched another tiddler, but this one a five-door version.
  • I was told off for catching tiddlers in the lake.
  • Woods opts to putt from off the green and just scrapes past the right edge, leaving a tiddler for his par.
  • For a start, Bernie Ecclestone, the tiddler-sized son of a Lowestoft trawlerman, isn't of the type to spoil anybody. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • Just little tiddlers all of them, rain and dark cloud for about 20 minutes and then sunshine again.
  • But, to the industry at least, the most important cars of 2005 will be the tiddlers.
  • So if the big fish are lost, there tends to be an explosion in the numbers of tiddlers, this not only stops any big fish from coming through, but also leads to increased predation on the prey fish.
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