daddle

daddle

(ˈdædəl)
vb (intr)
to walk unsteadily
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I'll shake out another reef, matey, and daddle 'em again.
Hey diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon; The little dog laughed to see such sport, And the dish ran away with the spoon Mae diddle daddle, a cat stole a paddle, A raccoon leapt on a moon slope; A poodle did snort to see real odd sport, And plate and spoon did elope
Chewed shoes, fleas, muddy paws and yappy daddle, bowser odor: a dog we don't need.
How do we explain to our children and grandchildren that in the world in which we live, it is easier to mount a $40 billion rapid response to save the economy of this or that far-away country because its collapse might affect our stock holdings, while we diddle and daddle when it comes to mounting a rapid military response to save people from destruction by a murderous regime?
Bob also says he's heard of a winter sports clothing shop that had difficulty getting customers through the door, called Ski Daddle.