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fid·dle·sticks

 (fĭd′l-stĭks′)
interj.
Used to express mild annoyance or impatience.

[From pl. of fiddlestick, bow for playing a fiddle.]

fid•dle•sticks

(ˈfɪd lˌstɪks)

interj.
(used to express annoyance.)
Translations

fiddlesticks

[ˈfɪdlstɪks] EXCL¡tonterías!

fiddlesticks

interj (= nonsense)Unsinn, Quatsch (inf); (= bother)du liebe Zeit, du liebes Lottchen (hum inf)

fiddlesticks

[ˈfɪdlˌstɪks] excl (old) fiddlesticks!sciocchezze!
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Including juggling, diablos, unicycles, spinning plates, devil sticks, hula hoops and skipping from 11am-4pm.
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Coming from a performing arts background, the performers have added fire swords, hula-hoops, roped, poi, devil sticks, fans and fire breathing.
It was here that we encountered the clowns who were using two of the most popular elements in our elementary school circus--the Diabolo and Devil Sticks.
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