Third-person singular simple present indicative form of twiddle. (verb)
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Use "twiddles" in a sentence
"Sounds pretty good to me - may I suggest just a couple of "twiddles"?"
"Caravaggio's Saint John the Baptist is depicted as a brooding young seductive half naked teen boy wrapped delicately in crimson clothe as he twiddles his walking stick in "Saint John the Baptist in the Wilderness.""
"Printer issues: I have a HP Photosmart C4795 that all the sudden won't copy - when I try the scanner light doesn't even come on and the machine just twiddles its thumbs."