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Topic: VISUAL

Date: 1600-1700
Origin: Perhaps from doodle 'to make fun of', from Low German dudeltopf 'stupid person'

doodle

verb
     
doo‧dle [intransitive]
AV to draw shapes, lines, or patterns without really thinking about what you are doing:
Brad was doodling on a sheet of paper.
doodle noun [countable]
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