Etymology
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fiddlestick (n.)

15c., originally "the bow of a fiddle," from fiddle (n.) and stick (n.). Meaning "nonsense" (usually fiddlesticks) is from 1620s. As an exclamation, c. 1600.

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Definitions of fiddlestick

fiddlestick (n.)
a bow used in playing the violin;
Synonyms: violin bow
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