Diddle vs Struts - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between diddle and struts

is that diddle is (music) in percussion, two consecutive notes played by the same hand (either rr or ll), similar to the drag, except that by convention diddles are played the same speed as the context in which they are placed while struts is .

As verbs the difference between diddle and struts

is that diddle is to cheat; to swindle while struts is (strut).

diddle

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (music) In percussion, two consecutive notes played by the same hand (either RR or LL), similar to the drag, except that by convention diddles are played the same speed as the context in which they are placed
  • (slang, childish) The penis.
  • * 2011 , L. R. Baker, Wingnut: Operation Payback (page 104)
  • Paul was the first one to unzip his pants, take out his diddle , and make himself ready to pee on the wire.

    Verb

    (en-verb)
  • to cheat; to swindle
  • to have sex with
  • to masturbate (especially of women)
  • to waste time
  • To totter, like a child learning to walk; to daddle.
  • * Frances Quarles
  • And, when his forward strength began to bloom, / To see him diddle up and down the Room!

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    struts

    English

    Noun

    (head)
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (strut)
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    Noun

  • an ostrich (large flightless bird )
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