To fritter away one's time; dally.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "fiddle-faddle" in a sentence
"Or are we just going to fiddle-faddle re-arranging the objects of our concern on that great addictive ship -- America?"
"As you can see, I don't fuss with a doughnut cutter and holes and all that fiddle-faddle."
"All this wasted 2-step fiddle-faddle can come to a screeching halt."