Double D Vocabulary Words

Based on the definitions, guess these words that contain "DD".
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Definition
Word
Violin
Fiddle
Two or three year old child
Toddler
Type of cheese, or slang for money
Cheddar
To pamper
Coddle
Say this to make a horse go faster
Giddyup
To mash for use in a cocktail
Muddle
One who needs a fix
Addict
Golf advisor and bag carrier
Caddy
Opposite of even
Odd
Definition
Word
To walk like a duck
Waddle
Type of venomous snake
Adder
To snugly wrap a baby
Swaddle
Cocktail made with sugar, spice and hot water
Toddy
Traveling salesperson of old
Peddler
Flat metal plate useful for cooking pancakes
Griddle
Horse enclosure
Paddock
To interfere in the affairs of others
Meddle
Cow's mammary organ
Udder
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Level ∞
Jun 7, 2013
Updated
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Level 26
Jul 30, 2013
Paddock? Really?? I would call a paddock an 'enclosed area', but an enclosure? A bit rough. But good quiz anyway.
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Level 70
Feb 29, 2016
I kept trying corral before realizing that R is not D.
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Level 22
Aug 4, 2013
couldnt cuddle also work for "to snugly wrap a baby"?
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Level 77
Aug 4, 2013
Cuddle is to snugly hug a baby, but not actually wrap it.

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Level 51
Aug 4, 2013
I didn't get the cocktail ones, and "cheddar" was just a guess. I've never heard that term being used for money.
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Level 52
Jan 27, 2014
Doh. I tried giddie up several times - it should be accepted
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Level 58
Jun 18, 2014
Well I muddled through this one...I thought.
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Level 15
Aug 4, 2014
You don't really say giddyup to make a horse go faster. You make a clicking noise and/or squeeze your thighs. Stupid western movies...
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Level 79
Sep 22, 2015
I always thought it was said to supposedly get the horse moving, not to go faster. "Get ye up."
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Level 68
May 31, 2018
Some horses respond to giddyup, or to a shake of the reins, but that's just my experience.

They're smart animals, they could respond to a variety of stimuli with training I am sure.

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Level 80
Mar 28, 2019
I've seen the strategy you suggest using in a lot of stupid movies.
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Level 77
Dec 13, 2015
Too cocktail-centric... kidding.
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Level 59
Feb 29, 2016
A muddle away from perfection. I actually never heard it used that way.
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Level 85
Aug 31, 2016
Same here. I cannot find a definition of muddle that mentions "mash" or "mashing." Perhaps "mix" would be more appropriate.
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Level 60
Feb 29, 2016
Cheddar? Slang for money? USA presumably? A uk cheese but never 'eard of that use gov!
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Level 58
Feb 29, 2016
I'm from the US but have never heard anyone use it in real life.
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Level 80
Mar 28, 2019
Yeah it's not common slang. Though there was a character who used it in a line from the highest-grossing movie of all time. I think he was talking about money. He may have meant that the Pandorans were burying large amounts of cheese under their giant tree.
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Level 76
Mar 1, 2016
Could you also accept mollycoddle for pamper?
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Level 66
Mar 4, 2016
I agree.
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Level 67
Aug 28, 2019
I tried mollycoddle aswell
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Level 73
Nov 22, 2019
mollycoddle should be accepted
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Level 34
Mar 27, 2016
yeah, mollycoddle
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Level 40
Apr 27, 2016
How about 'Muddied' as well as 'Muddled' for the cocktail question?
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Level 77
Oct 20, 2017
I totally misunderstood "One who needs a fix" – how do you call something that is broken? Hm...
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Level 74
Feb 22, 2018
Allow 'pedlar'? It seems to be now less common than 'peddler' (and mostly British) but still correct.
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Level 61
Apr 18, 2018
does "pedlar" have the right amount of d's?
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Level 80
Mar 3, 2019
So 'cheddar' is money? I don't think the local shops are going to fall for that one.
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Level 67
Aug 28, 2019
Well, they are taking dough so...
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Level 80
Mar 28, 2019
Surely "udders" should be on any good double Ds quiz
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Level 80
Mar 28, 2019
oops didn't see it was already there. What about "daddy" for traveling salesperson of old?
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Level 74
Apr 25, 2019
I want some pudding...
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Level 45
Apr 1, 2020
For even I was like "unequal??"