Definition of Dingdonging
1. dingdong [v] - See also: dingdong
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Literary usage of Dingdonging
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Topics of the Time by James Parton (1871)
"Not merit, nor recommendation, nor impulse, but dingdonging, obtains the offices. Well, the Secretary has a financial policy, perhaps. ..."
2. The American Law Times Reports by Rowland Cox (1875)
"... between spring and harvest, I can't state particularly, but before the lawsuit, the old man said John E. Tawney was dingdonging at him to make a will, ..."
3. Critical Confessions by Neal Brown (1899)
"He hears unmoved the dingdonging of the auction bell, the selling of names. He cannot be hypnotized by the posturings and ..."
4. Thackeray's Letters to an American Family by William Makepeace Thackeray, Lucy W. Baxter (1904)
"I don't think I am above 4 days in the month. A man without a woman is a lonely wretch. Hark at the bells dingdonging for church! Shall I go ? ..."