dingbat dingbat


  • (n) a silly empty-headed person


  1. What makes him seem like a shallow dingbat to most thinking people makes him the toast of Broderville, where David Gregory is president of the Junior League.
  2. That leads to a lovely shot of dingbat Peters wheeling down a dirt road, radio blasting, with funny money blowing out of the back of the car.


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  1. "We're always worried when one of your key forwards or key players gets reported," Pagan said. "I did call Brendan aside and said 'don't be a dingbat, we can't afford to have you suspended'."
    on Apr 24, 2007 By: Denis Pagan Source: Brisbane Times

  2. Wood explained: "I tend to go for people I can have a laugh with, assuming they can act, because although some dingbat said comedy is a serious business, I don't really see why we should have less of a laugh than, say, dustmen."
    on Oct 22, 2009 By: Victoria Wood Source: This Is Sussex

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