The result is that dingle now faces a 23-count federal indictment.
It has a small modern church; but an old church, now disused, lies in a dingle in some fields a mile away from the village.
Passing on, I proceeded to the spring, where I filled the kettle, and then returned to the dingle.
The news of dingle, as might be expected, occasioned the greatest excitement throughout the little encampment.
On arriving at the extremity of the plain, I looked towards the dingle.
He aroused dingle and Mansfield, but Peterson was nowhere to be found.
Anon I heard a boisterous shout, which seemed to proceed from the entrance of the dingle.
With a smile at the absurdity of such a supposition, I left him and his companion, and betook myself p. 111to the dingle.
And now in the broad daylight I was half afraid to examine the dingle.
The settlement of the dingle action was a confession of weakness.
"deep dell or hollow, usually wooded," mid-13c., of unknown origin; a dialectal word until it entered literary use 17c.