Definition of Dinned

1. Verb. (past of din) ¹



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Definition of Dinned

1. din [v] - See also: din

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dinned

dinkeys
dinkier
dinkies
dinkiest
dinkily
dinking
dinkly
dinks
dinkum
dinkums
dinky
dinky-die
dinmont
dinmonts
dinna
dinned (current term)
dinner
dinner-hour
dinner-time
dinner-times
dinner bell
dinner bucket
dinner dress
dinner gown
dinner hour
dinner jacket
dinner jackets
dinner ladies
dinner lady
dinner napkin

Literary usage of Dinned

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Subject Index of the Modern Works Added to the British Museum Libraryby British Museum Dept. of Printed Books, Dept. of Printed Books, British Museum by British Museum Dept. of Printed Books, Dept. of Printed Books, British Museum (1906)
"ENGLISH LANGUAGE—«„dinned. English and other Languages. For Technical Dictionaries in English and other Languages «ее TECHNICAL DICTIONARIES. ..."

2. The Scottish Antiquary, Or, Northern Notes & Queries edited by Arthur Washington Cornelius Hallen, John Horne Stevenson (1899)
"This day dinned in ye family way with Mr. Allardice, a large company. ... dinned this day in ye Family way with Balie Mollison and stayed ye Evening. ..."

3. The American Historical Review by American Historical Association (1901)
"I then returnd and near my lodgings I dinned at an eating house and hade 4d. ... eating house I hade formerly been at and dinned which cost me 6-J- today ..."

4. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association by American Veterinary Medical Association. (1916)
"At the same time it was dinned so steadily and constantly into my ears and into my mind that cattle which have this disease are liable to be carriers, ..."

5. Woman's Work in Municipalities by Mary Ritter Beard (1915)
""It was the women of Harrisburg who dinned and dinned into our ears until at last we men got ashamed of our laziness and selfishness as citizens; ..."

6. A Financial, Monetary, and Statistical History of England, from the by Thomas Doubleday (1847)
"For a time, these perpetual horrors, dinned by a host of venal and foolish prints, day after day, into the ears of the people, answered the purposes of ..."

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