Definition of 'doddle'
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And they made it seem a doddle. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It really does seem a doddle. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Money is a doddle, compared with domestic matters. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Lord of the Rings was a doddle compared to cramming your bits into a clingy red dress. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And although the hike is tame, it's not a complete doddle. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And throughout his two hours on stage, he makes entertaining 3,000 strangers seem a doddle. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Perhaps most importantly, it's an absolute doddle to use and comes in a range of nice colours. The Sun (2013)Wild and remote as it is, it's a comparative doddle compared with some of his past exertions. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Cooking beef is an absolute doddle but it's well worth spending a bit of time and effort shopping around for the joint best suited to your needs. The Sun (2013)
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Definition of doddle from the Collins English Dictionary
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