[ UK /dˈɪŋdɒŋ/ ]
  1. go `ding dong', like a bell
  1. heartily or earnestly
    They fell to work dingdong
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How To Use dingdong In A Sentence

  • In that dingdong struggle both players were reaching great heights.
  • The ship being cleared of Dingdong and his tups: Is there ever another sheepish soul left lurking on board? cried Panurge. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • I close all windows, but that dingdong sound passes Wind Chimes
  • So anyhow when I got back they were at it dingdong, John Wyse saying it was Bloom gave the ideas for Sinn Fein to Griffith to put in his paper all kinds of jerrymandering, packed juries and swindling the taxes off of the government and appointing consuls all over the world to walk about selling Irish industries. Ulysses
  • They fell to work dingdong
  • The security of my men and the stability of my prison was at stake, and now, I had to deal with this bleeding-heart, liberal, academic, effete dingdong who was concerned about the independent variable!
  • “But at its base, what I just said seems to contradict his misguided desire to railroad a dingdong.” KILLING COUSINS
  • Voight is running the entire country while the President is shown once and that is asking for a dingdong to eat. DVD Review: ‘Transformers’ 2-Disc Special Edition (Blu-ray)
  • Natalie probably coundn't handle that her man's dingdong was showing through his pants. Dlisted - Be Very Afraid
  • Daley, on Jay Mariotti not joining the Tribune: "Rammalamma-dingdong. Greg Boose: Daley, Fresh Off His "Cuckoo" Hit, Tours Chicago With Other One Word Snaps
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