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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdoddledod‧dle /ˈdɒdl $ ˈdɑːdl/ noun   be a doddle
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doddleMass faxing is also a doddle, as is scheduling.It's also a doddle to lay.It looked like it was going to be a doddle.This thoroughly logical arrangement makes setting up levels a doddle.It's all there, easy to find, real, a doddle to report on.The following week was a doddle.
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