a person who plays a
a person who dawdles or trifles.
a person who plays the fiddle, esp in folk music
a person who wastes time or acts aimlessly
a cheat or petty rogue
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Jarrell learned the way practically every other fiddler and banjo player did-by ear, at the knee of older musicians.
Fiddler crabs track strides to help them find their burrows.
Perhaps the time table has not specified who should be the second fiddler by now.
The overstrung fiddler tries to maintain a stiff upper lip while privately dithering with worry.
Fiddler crabs normally put up a claw and scoot away if you approach.
The fiddle style relies on a strong up-bowing technique with a downbeat created by a fiddler tapping a foot onto the floor.