Etymology
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fiddle-faddle

1570s, "trifles" (n.); 1630s "busy oneself with trifles; talk nonsense" (v.), apparently a reduplication of obsolete faddle "to trifle," or of fiddle in its contemptuous sense.

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Definitions of fiddle-faddle

fiddle-faddle (n.)
trivial nonsense;
Synonyms: balderdash / piffle
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