killer-diller

killer-diller

n. an excellent thing or person. She is just a real killer-diller.
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BMX Hero Rad killer-diller on his mean machine around the track BMX rider wins.
Last year's three-day Ponderosa Stomp was a killer-diller, featuring the best blues, rockabilly, and rock'n'roll musicians the world has to offer, from New Orleans' own Dave Bartholomew (and the historic reunion of the Cosimo Matassa studio band, including Herb Hardesty, Ernest McLean, and Earl Palmer), Eddie Bo, and Harold Batiste; to blues players extraordinaire such as Hubert Sumlin, Sam Carr, Lazy Lester, Henry Gray, and Magic Slim & the Teardrops; original rockabillies Paul Burlison, Dale Hawkins, Scotty Moore, and D.
Although not as important in the literary reconstruction of spoken dialect as grammar, such lexical items as killer-diller, killer, hussie, no-count, doodly-squat, and hootchie-kootchie man were popular during that era.
Oh, and one more thing, the song's a killer-diller.