||(See it's a dilly)
||go very slowly, pause too much
||Sarah, you come straight home from school. Don't dilly-dally.
|dime a dozen
||(See a dime a dozen)
||one who is slow to respond or catch on
||I felt like a dimwit when I couldn't remember her name.
||fool, an airhead, jerk
||What a ding-a-ling! She expects me to pay for a phone book!
||strange person, nerd, weirdo
||That dingbat wanted me to take off my clothes!
||damn, blasted, consarned, darn
||I couldn't reach the dingbusted switch to turn on the light.
||phone you, call you, give me a ring
||I'll dingle you when I get back from Chicago.
||penis, dork, hoo-haw
||Did you wash your hands after you touched your dink?
||married couples who have Double Income No Kids
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