dingdong dingdong


  1. (v) go `ding dong', like a bell
  2. (adv) heartily or earnestly



  1. After a dingdong battle, he gave up all but one amendment, but that one was plenty.
  2. It was still such a dingdong race in twelve doubtful states, that no one dared predict its outcome.
  3. The ad writer may dingdong catch phrases like Pavlov's bells in order to produce saliva.
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