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Definition of Faddle

Faddle
Faddle Fad"dle, v. i. [Cf. Fiddle, Fiddle-faddle.] To trifle; to toy. -- v. t. To fondle; to dandle. [Prov. Eng.] --Halliwell.

Meaning of Faddle from wikipedia

- Fiddle Faddle is candy-coated popcorn produced by ConAgra Foods. Introduced in 1967, the snack is commonly found in US discount and drug stores. Fiddle...
- Fiddle-Faddle is a musical composition in 2/2 time composed by Leroy Anderson. It is considered to be a "light" cl****ical music composition, sometimes...
- strong yellow color — as a variant of their other popcorn products, Fiddle Faddle and Poppy****. When Lincoln executives invited major ad agencies in Chicago...
- name. The song is also the basis for Leroy Anderson's orchestral "Fiddle Faddle". The British composer Havergal Brian (1876–1972) used the tune as the basis...
- produced in Lincoln, Nebraska and sold nationally under the Poppy****, Fiddle Faddle and Screaming Yellow Zonkers (discontinued) brand names. Lincoln Snacks...
- Lightskin) and Vander from da sag and curt Cobaine D MoneyGeorge Bush (Fiddle Faddle) (featuring Bonecrusher & Boondox) Bone Crusher is a playable character...
- Duyvis E.L. Fudge Cookies Eagle Snacks Famous Foods of Virginia Fiddle Faddle Filipinos Frazzles Fritos Fruit by the Foot Fruit Gushers Fruit Roll-Ups...
- Major, Movement III Beethoven Sonata Op.2 No.1, Movement III Beethoven Sonata Op.14 No.9, Movement II Leroy Anderson Fiddle Faddle Youtube Fiddle Faddle...
- Pop Orville Redenbacher's Smartfood Cracker Jack Crunch 'n Munch Fiddle Faddle Poppy**** Screaming Yellow Zonkers Batchelor's Super Noodles Campbells Continental...
- brands and forms of caramel corn available, such as Cracker Jack, Fiddle Faddle, Lolly Gobble Bliss Bombs, and Crunch 'n Munch. In grocery stores, at cinemas...
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