Origin of piddle
OTHER WORDS FROM piddlepiddler, noun
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How to use piddle in a sentence
“For 99 percent of missions piddle packs work just fine,” said Trevor “Dozen” Aldridge, a former F-15C pilot who also flew with the Thunderbirds demonstration team.
The pump could be an improvement over previous systems, where pilots unzipped their flight suits and peed directly into a plastic bag called a piddle pack.
Those pledges, activists and disinformation experts say, are piddling compared to the amount of climate misinformation and paid pro-fossil fuel advertising on the site.What Would a Climate-Conscious Facebook Look Like?|Alejandro de la Garza|September 22, 2021|Time
So we piddled around in solitude and uploaded it all to Instagram.
The ill-named River Piddle—a rippling, tortoiseshell-coloured stream at times—runs through the streets.Thomas Hardy's Dorset|Robert Thurston Hopkins
My father and mother were of humble means, living in the village of Bryant's Piddle, in (p. 002) the county of Dorset.The Autobiography of Sergeant William Lawrence|William Lawrence
It riseth about Alton, and goeth from thence to Piddle trench head, Deuils.Chronicles (1 of 6): The Description of Britaine|Raphaell Holinshed
Some moved to town and do carpenter work, and others jes' piddle around.
The principal rivers are the Stour, the Frome, and the Piddle.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various