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Definition of Dippy
1. foolish [adj -PIER, -PIEST] - See also: foolish
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Literary usage of Dippy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."