Origin of doodle1
OTHER WORDS FROM doodledoodler, noun
Other definitions for doodle (2 of 2)
How to use doodle in a sentence
When the city began to reopen, he contacted her owner to see whether he and his own dog, a golden doodle, could spend some time with her.Dog walkers are returning to work, and it’s been a joyous — but cautious — reunion|Ashley Fetters|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
Resolve to spend every work meeting doodling portraits of your co-workers.
He drew a pencil and pad toward him and began doodling in a bored manner, deliberately closing his mind to what she was saying.Uller Uprising|Henry Beam Piper, John D. Clark and John F. Carr
When he got back to Tortha Karf's office, the Chief was awake, and doodling on his notepad with his multicolor pen.
Vall looked at the pad and winced; the Chief was doodling bugs again—red ants with black legs, and blue-and-green beetles.
You with your absurd doodling, which attracted the attention of some Being of the fourth dimension!The 4-D Doodler|Graph Waldeyer
For a while there was only the whining of the machines and the crazy doodling of the graph.Diplomatic Immunity|Robert Sheckley