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    Default Fiddle vs fidget

    Hi,

    Do fiddling and fidgeting have the same meaning are they interchangable?

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    Default Re: Fiddle vs fidget

    Quote Originally Posted by anupumh View Post
    Hi,

    Do fiddling and fidgeting have the same meaning are they interchangable?

    Thanks
    No, they don't have the same meaning:

    Definitions of fiddle - OneLook Dictionary Search

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