twiddly


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twiddly

(ˈtwɪdlɪ)
adj, twiddlier or twiddliest
characterized by or involving twiddling
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Five, six, even seven, plus twiddly bits, are the norm at places with big ideas and grand plans.
I felt like the most amateur of pianists sat before Beethoven, wondering if I could ask him about those twiddly bits.
Never a wizard of excess or twiddly, instead playing from the heart and guided by the soul.
How you control it, via Mercedes's twiddly knob, is blissfully straightforward and as these things go relatively safe to use because it doesn't require too much thinking.
It is so well designed that the last time I saw it, about a month ago, they hadn't yet gured out how to clean the windows with all that twiddly ironwork wrapped around it.
- or, with almost as much cachet, given that his star's currently so shiny, 'that opera-singing bloke with the long twiddly moustache off the insurance comparison site adverts'.
Better to collapse the UK than to have England, denied both a parliament and an identity, broken up into statelets each with a twiddly little assembly!
com Free Rock & Roll Weekender MelloMello/AntiPop presents The Wizards of Twiddly, Faintest Idea, Two Sick Monkeys, TC Costello, The Swingin' ' Bricks and more.
Another boy lowered the drill bit and the third offered advice, except that his thumb was ripped by swarf - the twiddly bits of metal that are removed from a piece of metal during drilling.
I remove items, peering under each one; with each item removed, I experience a building feeling of panic and I'm finally left with an empty suitcase, a pile of clothing, the screen from the 'satnav' and the twiddly electric cable thingy that plugs it into the cigarette lighter.
Twiddly banjo solos, barbershop harmonics, foot stomping percussive's, melancholy verses mixed with a tinge of bluegrass and American roots music all basked in glowing light and goodness.
But there are things, like the twiddly bits at the end of Sultans - if you don't do your twiddly bits, the world's not right for people.