Thesaurus / diddler
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"They keep the finest Port here you ever tasted," says the Diddler.
THE HUMORS OF FALCONBRIDGEJONATHAN F. KELLEY
Many's the Diddler who's passed a whole season thus, dead-heading it on the steamers of the Crescent City.
THE HUMORS OF FALCONBRIDGEJONATHAN F. KELLEY
A diddler may thus be regarded as a banker in petto—a "financial operation," as a diddle at Brobdignag.
There are but two ways about it—take to the highway, or become a Diddler—a sponge—and, like woodcock, live on "suction."
THE HUMORS OF FALCONBRIDGEJONATHAN F. KELLEY
Diddler's face wears the most gratified smile possible to be produced without teeth.
THACKERAYANAWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
Diddler is derived from the word diddle, to do—every body who has not yet made his debut to the Elephant.
THE HUMORS OF FALCONBRIDGEJONATHAN F. KELLEY
Were he not a diddler, he would be a maker of patent rat-traps or an angler for trout.
The diddler approaches the bar of a tavern, and demands a couple of twists of tobacco.
The brandy and water is furnished and imbibed, and the diddler makes his way to the door.
Some grumble but all submit, and the diddler goes home a wealthier man by some fifty or sixty dollars well earned.