Definition of piddle :
1. To be squeamishly nice about one's food.
2. To deal in trifles; to concern one's self with trivial matters rather than with those that are important.
3. To urinate; - child's word.
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- The valley of the Piddle Brook is about a mile wide, with hills rising on each side till they reach a height of a couple of hundred feet above the brook. - "Beowulf An Introduction to the Study of the Poem with a Discussion of the Stories of Offa and Finn", R. W. Chambers.
- The rain has stopped us to- day at the end of a dozen Miles, yet we hope to see Loch Lomond the day after to- morrow;- I will piddle out my information, as Rice says, next Winter, at any time when a substitute is wanted for Vingt- un. - "Letters of John Keats to His Family and Friends", John Keats.
- Piddle wa'n't goin' to be any too sociable by dinner time that night, 'less'n he'd hit up the bucketshop, which the chances was against. - "Torchy", Sewell Ford.