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Adjective: piddling  pi-d(u-)ling
Usage: informal
  1. Small and of little importance
    - fiddling [informal], footling [informal], lilliputian [informal], little [informal], niggling [informal], piffling [informal], petty [informal], picayune [N. Amer, informal], trivial [informal], niggly [informal], piddly [informal]
Verb: piddle  pi-d(u)l
Usage: informal
  1. Waste time; spend one's time idly or inefficiently
    - wanton [archaic], wanton away, piddle away, trifle
  2. Eliminate urine
    "Again, the cat had piddled on the expensive rug";
    - urinate, micturate [formal], pee [informal], pee-pee [informal], make water, relieve oneself [informal], take a leak [informal], spend a penny [Brit, informal], wee [Brit, informal], wee-wee [informal], pass water, widdle [Brit, informal]

See also: unimportant

Type of: drop, egest, eliminate, excrete, expend, pass, spend

Encyclopedia: Piddling