Definition of diggle
- the act of car prowling that usually doesn't involve actually taking the vehicle itself, but its contents
The narrow streets make that neighborhood good for diggling.
- to go through another person's belongings, but not always with the intention of stealing; to snoop.
Who diggled my backpack?
- items acquired through "diggling"
They always came back with a ton of diggle.
verb - intransitive
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