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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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"I've got this feeling it will be one of those real ding-dong games and I know our lads will be up for it.
In a ding-dong end-to-end battle Keith Douglas equalised on 75 minutes from the penalty spot.
AMID the frenzy surrounding Tony Blair's cabinet reshuffle Spain is bracing itself for an even bigger political ding-dong - the election of a new club president at Real Madrid.
The Tyneside choir Cappella Novocastriensis sings seasonal music from traditional carols such as Ding-Dong Merrily on High and The 12 Days of Christmas to less well worn pieces like Peter Warlock's Bethlehem Down.
WREXHAM FC owner Alex Hamilton last night accused administrators of standing in the way of the club's sale and warned he was ready for a "ding-dong battle" in court.
Hewitt praised his fellow contestants in the Channel Five show, adding: 'We are all going to meet up and have a ding-dong.'
So the good old ding-dong about 18 years of Tory rule, Socialist Cllr Dave Nellist's poll tax and Chancellor Gordon Brown's pounds 18 billion war chest was not long drawn out, with every member speaking.
Forest Heath just lost out in a ding-dong battle with Julius at Newmarket yesterday but can be expected to make amends in the near future.
They were on each other in last year's qualifier game and were enjoying a ding-dong battle before Lar retired injured.
In a ding-dong battle, John Alexander and Andrew Burton scored and with the scored level at 2-2 Town bombarded the Consett box only for the visitors to break out to snatch an unlucky own goal off Leon Carling then get another against the run of play right at the death.
The hosts have won eight out of eight at Windsor Park, but there isn't a side of Cliftonville's quality in the division, as their 19 points out of 21 on the road testifies, and this could well be another ding-dong battle in the manner of the 2-2 draw the sides shared in September.
"It is a massive game for both clubs in front of what should be a big bank holiday crowd and it promises to be a ding-dong battle."
The home team scored a try and a penalty in a ding-dong affair.
EMMERDALE bride Charity Dingle looks in shock - as her New Year wedding day turns into a DING-DONG at the church.
A DING-DONG struggle saw Queen of the South claw back from behind to snatch a valuable point.