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Then he clapped his fiddle under his chin and without more ado struck up "Bobbing Joan."
Their jurisdictions overlapped and the Gascon would play second fiddle to no one save to his great brother-in-law.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
A view of the duchess's ball-room, or of the dining-table of the earl, will supersede all occasion for lengthy fiddle-faddle.
Fiddle-cases seem to have been used almost solely for travelling purposes.
ANTONIO STRADIVARIHORACE WILLIAM PETHERICK
Then you'll concide that you are there but you oughtn't to be, and kind of slide out without your hat and forget your fiddle.
It is any year you please—between, let us say, the day when the fiddle first came to England and the day when Romance left it.
FIRST PLAYSA. A. MILNE
Of what use is a man who dawdles away his time on a fiddle; of what benefit is he to mankind?
THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
Let him tak a spring on his ain fiddle, says a proverb that illustrates the coolness with which Donald will bide his time.
Already, though we only sailed yesterday, I am feeling as fit as a fiddle.
He'd stand by his fiddle—I mean, his Zloomph—with a dreamy expression in those watery eyes, staring at nothing.
THE HOLES AND JOHN SMITHEDWARD W. LUDWIG

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