dummied dummied


  1. (n) a person who does not talk
  2. (n) an ignorant or foolish person
  3. (n) a figure representing the human form
  4. (n) a cartridge containing an explosive charge but no bullet
  5. (v) make a dummy of
  6. (adj) having the appearance of being real but lacking capacity to function


  1. In the age of Perot charts and graphs, Bill Clinton naturally produced a memorable prop -- the dummied-up universal-coverage ID card -- during his health-care speech.
  2. At his newspaper Action, he dummied up the editorial page, writing some of it himself.
  3. Its front page is loud, but inside pages are made up like a magazine, with every item dummied to the last line of type.



  1. "Reddan has got to be putting a lot of serious pressure on Peter Stringer and co for the Irish squad," said Dallaglio. "I don't think he will score a better try than the one that won the game - he dummied the whole crowd as well. Mark Van...
    on Apr 8, 2007 By: Lawrence Dallaglio Source: Sportinglife.co.za

  2. "I thought it was (a penalty)," Beckham said. "The player caught me as I dummied the ball. He grabbed me around the waist."
    on Jun 22, 2008 By: David Beckham Source: Long Beach Press-Telegram

  3. "Harry dummied it - he told me to say that, if I miss it, I would have kicked myself. The second goal, Brett Holman played a great little ball over the top, good first touch and finished it off. It was a very important goal for us, it pretty much...
    on Jun 15, 2008 By: Brett Emerton Source: The Age

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