Now say, you'd thought most anyone would have dropped for a hint like that, dippy or not.
Mr. dippy joined us at the ferry and waited around to finish the trade.
dippy was fast asleep in the sunshine, as if he, too, realized that the garden was not so alluring by morning light.
They're dippy about Jane out there, so be sure and read her up.
dippy opened one eye and stretched himself as Marian approached.
Jack has just finished his farm schooling, and he is dippy about it.
This must be dippy, whom the other was calling for so often.
dippy can't fly from the land; he must be on the water in order to get up in the air.
I have been setting up nights with her till I am dippy for want of sleep.
Did I remark in some preceding breath that Allison is more or less “dippy” over music?
Crazy; foolish; whimsically silly; kooky: so strange and dippy as to have come from the brain of Tolkien/ Depardieu at his dippiest
[1900+; origin unknown; perhaps fr dip, ''head,'' in the expression off one's dip, ''crazy''; perhaps fr dipsomaniac; perhaps fr Romany divio, ''mad, madman'']