[ US /ˈtɪdɫi/ ]
[ UK /tˈɪdli/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. slightly intoxicated
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How To Use tiddly In A Sentence

  • The flakes are large, the size of a quarter or a tiddly wink token, floating gracefully and covering every surface in a white bridal veil. Blue Snow « Fairegarden
  • I picked up a few bumps and bruises but we are not playing tiddlywinks.
  • Dexterity: no mention about dexterity games, such as tiddly winks, jenga, or pick up sticks. Archive 2009-04-01
  • We all got fantastically tiddly on the local brews.
  • We hate to lose, and we don't like drawing - you should see our guys play tiddlywinks.
  • One shouldn't expect equal access to everything - I certainly don't - and there are private members' clubs covering everything from underwater basket-weaving to tiddlywinks.
  • How about biking or hiking or … tiddly winks? datingjesus They’ve repealed same-sex marriage in Maine, looks like « Dating Jesus
  • As Sir Alex Ferguson said this week: ‘If we were playing them at tiddlywinks it would still be a great competition’.
  • Well, she is, but Kenelm -- well, Kenelm's like a young one runnin '' tiddly 'on thin ice -- worse'n that, 'cause he can't stop on either side, got to keep runnin' between 'em and look out and not fall in. Thankful's Inheritance
  • And meanwhile we're... well, actually I am a bit tiddly, but that's not what I mean. SMOKE AND MIRRORS
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