kiddle

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kiddle

(ˈkɪdəl)
n
(Fishing) archaic Brit a device, esp a barrier constructed of nets and stakes, for catching fish in a river or in the sea
[C13: from Anglo-French, from Old French quidel, of obscure origin]
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I've never fed him anything but Kiddles and Bits [brand of dog food] and a few treats like those beefy doggy bones.
WALK away from the village for a few yards to a sharp right bend and turn left into an unmarked lane which serves as the drive to Kiddles Farm.
When we walked in you could hear a pin drop--the kiddles were completely silent.
Poachers often raided them, destroying the kiddles in the process.
Animated in old-fashioned style, laced with old-fashioned songs, it's a delight for the kiddles.