Definition of Dinnles

1. dinnle [v] - See also: dinnle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dinnles

dinnering
dinnerless
dinnerlike
dinnerly
dinnerplate
dinnerplates
dinners
dinnertime
dinnertimes
dinnerware
dinnerwares
dinnerwear
dinning
dinnle
dinnled
dinnles (current term)
dinnling
dino
dinocarid
dinocarids
dinocephalian
dinocephalians
dinoceras
dinoceratan
dinoceratans
dinocerate
dinocyst
dinocysts
dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate toxin

Literary usage of Dinnles

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1. The Complete Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott by Walter Scott (1900)
"Sir Thomas, thunder from your rock, Till Pentland dinnles wi' the shock, And lace wi' fire my snood o' smoke: Carle, now the King 's come ! ..."

2. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner (1897)
"dinnles, Anna Peyre (Shackelford). An American poet and prose-writer ; born in Georgetown, S. C, 1816. She has been a large contributor to Southern ..."

3. The Protective Policy in Literature: A Discourse on the Social and Moral by William Turner Coggeshall (1859)
"D. Gallagher, from Pennsylvania ; F. Casby, born in Kentu ;kj, and Otway Curry and GW Cutter, born in Ohio; Annie P. dinnles, from South Carolina ; Laura M. ..."

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