Definition of Dinkums

1. dinkum [n] - See also: dinkum



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dinkums

dinitrotoluenes
dinked
dinker
dinkest
dinkey
dinkeys
dinkier
dinkies
dinkiest
dinkily
dinking
dinkly
dinks
dinkum
dinkums (current term)
dinky
dinky-die
dinmont
dinmonts
dinna
dinned
dinner
dinner-hour
dinner-time
dinner-times
dinner bell
dinner bucket
dinner dress
dinner gown

Literary usage of Dinkums

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1. Light and Shade in War by Malcolm Ross, Noël Ross (1916)
"Then came " The dinkums "—the true fighting men they called themselves—" din- kum ... There followed " The Super-dinkums," " The War Babies," and " The Hard ..."

2. Service with Fighting Men: An Account of the Work of the American Young Men by William Howard Taft (1922)
"Sixty soldiers were detailed for duty with 30 Y men at clearing stations in the Palestinian advance. At Christmas, 1917, the dinkums (Australians) were ..."

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