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ding-dong

1. noun One who is stupid or foolish. Geez, he keeps pulling on a door that's clearly marked "push"—what a ding-dong.
2. noun, vulgar slang A penis. I don't want to see your ding-dong—pull up your pants!
3. adjective Characterized by the rapid exchange of something. Geez, I can't keep up with their ding-dong arguing.

ding-dong

1. n. the penis. (Usually objectionable.) He held his hands over his ding-dong and ran for the bedroom.
2. n. a stupid person of either sex. You silly ding-dong! Try again.
3. mod. damned. (A euphemism.) Get your ding-dong junk outa my way!
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Plenty of the Lions' best attacking work this tour has been done by the pack and they are unlikely to want to get into a ding-dong battle with the brilliant Canes backline.
CLAUDIO RANIERI is ready for a ding-dong today if Leicester's players are still dreaming of the Champions League.
No wonder there was a ding-dong over four of them: they're worth around 400 grand a pop these days.
A CHURCH clock that chimes every 15 minutes through the night has caused a ding-dong after an attempt to silence it.
It was a ding-dong battle, but defending champion Spyridon Gianniotis underlined the benefits of experience to claim victory in one hour 49 minutes 11.8 seconds ahead of Olympic silver medallist Thomas Lurz and Oussama Mellouli, the 2012 champion.
CLEVELAND'S youth team were pipped 8-7 by more experienced Durham in a ding-dong derby at the Golden Eagle in Thornaby.
30 HONOURS finished even during a ding-dong Welsh Premiership battle that saw the ball in play for a high amount of time.
The second period was a ding-dong affair and Frankland goalkeeper Andy Neill had to be at his best to prevent Jobling from giving Stockton the lead.
Mr Chisholm, 61, said: "We had a bit of a ding-dong. She claimed I was trying to become town crier for Weymouth but I have no intention of becoming the town crier of anywhere else but Dorchester.
Loan duo Ugo Ehiogu and Tresor Kandol scored on their home debuts for Leeds in a ding-dong first half that brought all four goals.
The administrators think they are on to a winner with their action but I'm not backing off and I'm ready for a ding-dong battle in November."
On his last outing he showed plenty of fighting spirit before going down by half a length to Calon Lan in a ding-dong finish at Bangor in August.
In a ding-dong encounter, Court came from a goal down to snatch the trophy despite having their keeper sent off for handball outside his area midway through the second half when leading 4-3.
A DING-DONG struggle saw Queen of the South claw back from behind to snatch a valuable point.
vvThere was a ding-dong battle between Pushaq and Knights Table up the home straight in the 1m1/2f maiden at Wolverhampton, with Pushaq prevailing by the minimum margin.