adjective, din·gi·er, din·gi·est.
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Origin of dingy
OTHER WORDS FROM dingydin·gi·ly, adverbdin·gi·ness, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH dingydinghy, dingy
Example sentences from the Web for dingy
Every sail that loomed in the dinginess filled me with alarm.The Frozen Pirate|W. Clark Russell
Kincaid's Battery 'doesn't want to parade its dinginess till it's done something'--pure vanity!Kincaid's Battery|George W. Cable
As for the furnishings, Georgiana looked about her with an appraising eye which took in all their dinginess.Under the Country Sky|Grace S. Richmond
There was the same colour of paint on the walls, which had been so managed as to represent the dinginess of antiquity.Rivers of Ice|R.M. Ballantyne
The rosette is typical of a curious character that the room has for all its dinginess.Woman|Magdeleine Marx