wing-ding

wingding

1. slang A wild or lavish party, festivity, or celebration. The popstar is known for throwing the wildest wingdings in all of California. I'm glad you had fun at your little wingding, but you and your friends nearly destroyed our house!
2. slang By extension, anything great, wild, or excessive. Usually used in the form "a wingding of a…." Mary and I had a wingding of a fight over the finances last night. We were expecting a wingding of a party, but it turned out to be pretty lame.
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wing-ding

verb
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