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Definition of a padiddle



  • exclaimed upon seeing a vehicle with only one functioning headlight (out of two.)

    Last edited on Apr 01 2010. Submitted by Aaron K. on Nov 06 1998.


  • A motor vehicle with one of two headlights unlit.

    (Original spelling: pididdle)
    The approaching car was a pididdle.

    Last edited on Dec 27 2010. Submitted by Marci from Danby, VT, USA on Dec 27 2010.

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