noun, plural jim-dan·dies.
- jim crow law,
- jim crow laws,
- jim crowism,
- jim dash,
Origin of jim-dandy
Examples from the Web for jim-dandy
Now, Ill show you what a jim-dandy architect nature is, said Percy.The Motor Maids' School Days|Katherine Stokes
Well, that one of the moose poking his head between the little trees is a jim-dandy, let me tell you!Phil Bradley's Mountain Boys|Silas K. Boone
You'd better appreciate it, for it's going to be a jim-dandy one.Hope Hathaway|Frances Parker
Above all things youve got to snap him off, if you want a jim-dandy card for your exhibit, to stun the boys at home.The Broncho Rider Boys Along the Border|Frank Fowler
Well, it's a regular Jim-dandy cracker-jack—some swell clump, eh?The Definite Object|Jeffery Farnol
"remarkable person or thing," 1844, perhaps from an old song, "Dandy Jim of Caroline" (1840s).