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dingus

1. One who is stupid or foolish. Geez, he keeps pulling on a door that's clearly marked "push"—what a dingus.
2. A name for a gadget or thing whose actual name has, typically, been forgotten. Hand me that dingus or whatever it's called, will you?
3. vulgar slang A penis. I don't want to see your dingus—pull up your pants!

dingy

1. adjective Crazy, wild, or strange. There's a guy on our corner who shouts about the end of the world; I think he's a little dingy.
2. noun, vulgar slang A penis. I don't want to see your dingy—pull up your pants!

dingus

1. n. a thing or gadget. I have a little dingus that helps me clean venetian blinds.
2. and dingy n. the penis; the male thing. (Usually objectionable.) Jimmy, shake your dingus and put it away!

dingy

verb
See dingus

dingy

(ˈdɪŋi)
1. mod. loony; giddy. That friend of yours sure does act dingy sometimes.
2. Go to dingus.
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Most of his customers are open to trying the Rhone varietal wines, Dingier notes.
It was certainly cold enough to chill right down to the marrow and this result may also have sent a shiver down the spine of Davie Hay, whose side are in danger of disappearing into an even darker and altogether dingier place.
In "Teresa's Wedding," one of his most powerful short stories, the future of the marriage being celebrated is shadowed, and the reception is made to seem even dingier and more pathetic than it already is (the bride is pregnant, the parish priest has been enlisted to strong-arm the reluctant groom into marriage), when the groom's pal tells him an unsolicited and unwelcome sexual secret about his new wife.
But it's a vision that ignores the darker, dingier and more common environs of strip clubs across America, where floors are sticky and crowds make crude demands.
Bridgman 1938; Dingier 1938, 1955; Holzkamp 1967; Janich 1988, 1989).
While our other top international names like U2 and The Cranberries cracked America through months of hard slog across the continent in dingy vans - and playing even dingier venues - Daniel should be able to launch himself in some style.
Even in dingier water, where fish scrutinize what they eat at ultraclose range before they commit.
Morimoto Napa's wine director and manager Eduardo Dingier shared some of his thoughts about pairing sushi and typical Japanese dishes with New World wines.
Sparkling wines, both from Champagne and mineral- and floral-style whites, such as a white grape like torrontes from Argentina, can also pair well with Japanese food, Dingier says.
It wouldn't exactly be a winner-takes-all because whoever comes second is hardly likely to find himself desperately trawling the dingier singles bars.
On mornings when news is scarce Caesar's heirs take up the old Roman questions about administering provinces and dispensing justice--how ought we to employ our ascendancy ("unrivaled by even the greatest empires of the past") to quiet the crowd noise in the world's dingier and more dangerous streets.
(note to fans: smaller and dingier than it looks on the box) - I'm invited to stand behind a few gofers on the fabled landing as the regulars greet a new arrival.
Thus the once-resplendent Weatherby's has become the far dingier and less imposing Weatherbys.
He had served as finance director to the Democratic National Committee during the hectic summer of 1996, and quite clearly he didn't know very much about steam-cleaning the dingier bundles of campaign money.