Origin of noodle1
Definition for noodle (2 of 3)
Definition for noodle (3 of 3)
verb (used without object), noo·dled, noo·dling.
- to play; toy: to noodle with numbers as a hobby.
- to improvise, experiment, or think creatively: The writers noodled for a week and came up with a better idea for the ad campaign.
verb (used with object), noo·dled, noo·dling.
- to manipulate or tamper with: She denied that she had noodled the statistics to get a favorable result.
- to make or devise freely as an exercise or experiment (sometimes followed by up): The architects noodled up a model of a solar house.
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Examples from the Web for noodle
Early arrival is essential unless you enjoy waiting 20 minutes for noodle soup.
“Feel my noodle,” he says as he lowers a forkful onto her face.How ‘Real World’ Sean Duffy Morphed Into the Shutdown Congressman|Andrew Romano|October 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The question surrounding the noodle recedes, replaced by new ones: What makes a marriage?
Her belly is full, but the case of the noodle remains unsatisfyingly open.
But imagine if those kindergarten children began to insist that their noodle art was the absolute, perfect truth!
What amount of present fame can recompense you for being shown up as a noodle, or worse, to your children's children?
Helen, go after him—do anything—anything—to make the noodle understand.Howards End|E. M. Forster
A noodle of the softest mould, whom Lucy Weldon marries for his money.Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol 1|The Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D.
Noodle seized on a rose to which one hung, sucking out its heats.The Field of Clover|Laurence Housman
Let's go see if we can find that noodle of ours and get him back home.A Busy Year at the Old Squire's|Charles Asbury Stephens