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widdle

/ (ˈwɪdəl) British informal /
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verb
(intr) to urinate
noun
urine
an act or instance of urinating
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“Was” is used for the indicative past tense of “to be,” and “were” is only used for the subjunctive past tense.

Word Origin for widdle

C20: from piddle
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How to use widdle in a sentence

  • Thingularly enough, the moment she heard thith widdle she burtht out laughing behind her pocket-handkerchief!

  • I know it's a good widdle, but I didn't think it would have such an effect as that.

  • Now I weckomember, I made thuch a jolly widdle the other day on the Ethplanade.

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