- dumping ground,
- dumping syndrome,
- dumpster diving,
- dumpster fire
Origin of dumpling
Examples from the Web for dumpling
Mamoru taunts Usagi by giving her the nickname “dumpling head.”‘Sailor Moon’ Is an Oasis for Superheroes Who Can Save the Universe in Heels|Rich Goldstein|November 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Savor the perfectly pitched ear required to turn a simple phrase like “a dumpling, some knurled pouch of gristle.”
Tie a cloth tight over, and boil the dumpling till the fruit is done.
A pheasant also came flying and said: "Give me a dumpling too, and I will go I along with you."Momotaro|Anonymous
It was well enough to be “Dumpling,”—everybody loves a dumpling; but “Mother Bunch!”Lill's Travels in Santa Claus Land and other Stories|Ellis Towne, Sophie May and Ella Farman
The man on the donkey was shaped like a dumpling and rode with his toes turned out.Rosinante to the Road Again|John Dos Passos
Then gather the cloth up, leaving room for the dumpling to swell, and tying very tightly.The Easiest Way in Housekeeping and Cooking|Helen Campbell
Word Origin for dumpling
c.1600, Norfolk dialect, of uncertain origin, perhaps from some Low German word or from noun dump "lump" (late 18c.). Related: Dumplings.