Definition of Dippy

1. Adjective. Lacking common sense ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Dippy

1. foolish [adj -PIER, -PIEST] - See also: foolish

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dippy

dippel's oil
dipper
dipperful
dipperfuls
dippersful
dippeth
dippier
dippiest
dippiness
dippinesses
dipping
dipping needle
dipping tank
dipping tanks
dippings
dippy (current term)
diprenorphine
diprismatic
dipropanoylmorphine
dipropargyl
dipropyl
dipropyltryptamine
diproqualone
diprosopus
diprosopuses
diprotected
diproteverine
diprotic
diprotic acid
diprotium

Literary usage of Dippy

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1. Representative American Plays by Arthur Hobson Quinn (1917)
"Why, Jack, old man, you 're dippy. (ALICE turns away wearily, agreeing with LEW.) PRENTICE. Then, Mr. Ellinger, I am dippy, too. (ALICE turns back.) LEW. ..."

2. The manager of the B & A: A Novel by Vaughan Kester (1901)
"dippy Ellsworth remembered that when he drove up in his cart ... dippy himself said he would not sell that horse for a thousand dollars, and it was admitted ..."

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