on the fiddle meaning

  "on the fiddle" in a sentence
Involved in swindling

[British slang]
on the fiddle
Phrs. In the process of cheating, or defrauding. See 'fiddle'.


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  1. They also recalled his musical talent on the fiddle and other instruments.
  2. They first performed as a quartet with Alicia Jo Rabins on the fiddle.
  3. There's no word on the fiddle.
  4. After returning to Scotland he virtually gave up dancing and concentrated on the fiddle.
  5. Audra promptly assembled an album of 22 instrumental songs played by Ruby on the fiddle and guitar.

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