dingle dingle  /ˈdɪŋ ɡəl/


  • (n) a small wooded hollow


  • In addition, whenever a barescent skor motion is required, it may be employed in conjunction with a drawn reciprocating dingle arm to reduce sinusoidal depleneration.


  1. Anderson branch NAACP to meet June 16

    Agenda items for this meeting will be the planning of its activity for Anderson County's Upstate 107 Days of Non Violence, being spearheaded by the United Way of Anderson's marketing director Lynn Dingle.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Anderson Independent-Mail

  2. What Will The Irish Think Of Next? Mr. Paddywagon Seeks Domination of Global Day Trips -- With A 10 Percent Cut On ...

    Faced with a busted boom and a persistent 15 percent unemployment rate, the Irish have been upending every conceivable stone in an attempt to reignite this island world. There’s the Connect Ireland scheme employing financial incentives to nurture new jobs in from everywhere, the new Dingle Distillery coaxing people to invest in personal kegs of whiskey, and seaweed-based dog food supplements ...
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Forbes

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  1. "We got pressure with three down linemen (against UC)," Rodriguez said. "That's big. We didn't all the time, but two of our sacks, at least, came with three down linemen. (Johnny) Dingle got a sack, and (Keilein) Dykes made a huge play with a...
    on Nov 20, 2007 By: Rich Rodriguez Source: BlueGoldNews.com

  2. "The change is nice for the locals, but if a stranger's coming in without one of the new Dingle maps, it can be quite difficult," said Sarah Brosnan, assistant manager of the Dingle Bay Hotel, which - like most things connected to the tourist...
    on Mar 28, 2005 By: Pierce Brosnan Source: USA Today

  3. Emma says: "Charity is furious when she finds out about his plans. The whole of the Dingle clan are in on it and have managed to get her to the register office without her knowing why. Debbie brings her dress and expects her mum to get ready in the...
    on Mar 6, 2010 By: Emma Atkins Source: Scottish Daily Record

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