didder

Didder vs Bidder - What's the difference?

didder | bidder |


As a verb didder

is to rattle or shiver.

As a noun bidder is

someone who bids, eg at an auction.

Diddler vs Didder - What's the difference?

diddler | didder |


As a noun diddler

is a person who diddles; a cheat.

As a verb didder is

to rattle or shiver.

Diddier vs Didder - What's the difference?

diddier | didder |


As an adjective diddier

is (diddy).

As a verb didder is

to rattle or shiver.

Dodder vs Didder - What's the difference?

dodder | didder |


As a proper noun dodder

is a river in ireland, a tributary of the liffey.

As a verb didder is

to rattle or shiver.

Widder vs Didder - What's the difference?

widder | didder |


As a noun widder

is .

As a verb didder is

to rattle or shiver.

Kidder vs Didder - What's the difference?

kidder | didder |


As a noun kidder

is one who kids, or teases light-heartedly or kidder can be (informal) a kidderminster (carpet).

As a verb didder is

to rattle or shiver.

Didder vs Vidder - What's the difference?

didder | vidder |


As a verb didder

is to rattle or shiver.

As a noun vidder is

a person who creates fanvids.

Didder vs Ridder - What's the difference?

didder | ridder |


As a verb didder

is to rattle or shiver.

As a noun ridder is

one who, or that which, rids.

Nidder vs Didder - What's the difference?

nidder | didder |


As verbs the difference between nidder and didder

is that nidder is to keep down or under while didder is to rattle or shiver.

Didder vs Dudder - What's the difference?

didder | dudder |


As verbs the difference between didder and dudder

is that didder is to rattle or shiver while dudder is to confuse or confound with noise.

As a noun dudder is

(uk|dated) a peddler or hawker, especially of cheap and flashy goods pretended to be smuggled; a duffer.

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