One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He can get a bit boring, because over and over again, it's the same tune with more twiddly bits.’
- ‘Could you just sing the tune of the hymn rather than the hundred and fifty-seven little twiddly bits?’
- ‘He did twiddly things with his fingers while I was still plodding away without phenomenal skill, but with enormous, infectious passion.’
- ‘I had a peek at the control panel on the camera while the radiologist was out looking at the first set of snaps: huge, chunky, twiddly dials that looked as though they came from the first nuclear power plant.’
- ‘They are brilliant at their best, overindulgent and far too twiddly at their worst.’
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