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  • n. Plural form of dingle.


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  • The place was a dump, but after the Felt there wasn't another place you could go that wasn't way out in the dingles.

    Stevie Wonder

  • They looked for the chance to cut off his gonads and bury his ass in some landfill out in the dingles.

    Winter Hawk Jack

  • They could cram Rob inside and then drop him somewhere in the dingles.

    Rob's Send-off

  • Emerging early from the snouting dingles of the town at dusk, they went their rounds with impatient efficiency, jogging from house to house like council workers on some lucrative bonus scheme.


  • My hair is looking like a ratty patch of ass hair complete with dingles.

    Dlisted - Be Very Afraid

  • THEN they gotta put more air in their rubber donut so they dingles can swing properly ... and then BAM - rubber donut pops ...

    Police State In Republican Convention City

  • We will escape into the garden, and thence by the postern-gate (I have the key from Syddall in case of need.) into the wood — I know its dingles better than any one now alive.

    Rob Roy

  • She now looked, with little emotion, on the wild dingles, and the gloomy road and mountains, whose outlines were only distinguishable through the dusk; — objects, which but lately had affected her spirits so much, as to awaken horrid views of the future, and to tinge these with their own gloom.

    The Mysteries of Udolpho

  • The term is well applied to the Glamorganshire river, which runs through dingles and under mountains.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • As I proceeded, the country became more and more wild; there were dingles and hollows in abundance, and fantastic-looking hills, some of which were bare, and others clad with trees of various kinds.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery


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