Homophones for diddle, dydle

diddle / dydle ['dɪdǝl] 

diddle – v. – 1. swindle, deceive; 2. waste time, loiter;

dydle – n. & v. – n. 1. a long-handled tool, a pole with a metal ring-shaped scoop with a coarse canvas bag (resembling a net) attached, used to clean ditches; 2. a triangular spade used to dig ditches, together with a hooked stick to remove weeds at the same time; v. clean water channels/ditches using this tool, scraping along the bottom and up the sides, then dumping the mud along the soft bank

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