Origin of dingle
Examples from the Web for dingle
The result is that Dingle now faces a 23-count federal indictment.Obama’s Golf Buddy May Be a ‘Hostile Witness’ in Chicago Corruption Case|Ben Jacobs|December 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She refrained from opening it, but, taking it down to the dingle, she flung it into the deepest pool in the brook.A Patriotic Schoolgirl|Angela Brazil
Darkness was now coming again over the earth; the dingle was again in deep shade.
Belle then departed and I returned to the dingle, where, seating myself on my stone, I remained for upwards of an hour in thought.
British Dictionary definitions for dingle
Word Origin for dingle
Word Origin and History for dingle
"deep dell or hollow, usually wooded," mid-13c., of unknown origin; a dialectal word until it entered literary use 17c.