dinkie

dinkie

(ˈdɪŋkɪ)
n
(Sociology) an affluent married childless person
adj
(Marketing) designed for or appealing to dinkies
[C20: from d(ouble) i(ncome) n(o) k(ids) + -ie]
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After a lengthy product development, the Dinkie is now a special dessert ball shaped into a sphere and stuffed with fillings and spreads then topped off with a selection of sauces.
Love Craig, Dinkie, Samantha and Louise and all your lovely grandchildren xx MURPHY Christy One Year Today, You Passed Away, No Words Can Say, On This Sad Day.
Scott is requited, and she implores Dinkie to tell her what she wants to hear.
Sadly, when we eventually came home my pet rabbit Dinkie and budgie Joey had died, my mum and dad said probably of shock.
People don't realise how many Scots words have slipped into everyday usage, from dinkie, and dredge to whack and flat.
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One thinks of the beautiful but doomed Dinkie, the stereotypical American sexpot who first appeared in Scandalous Risks and who in five years degenerated from demimonde to drug addict.
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 14, 1998--Tomkins PLC (NYSE:TKS), the international manufacturing company, today announced that it has reached agreement with Dinkie Heel plc to sell the toe cap business and assets of Firth Cleveland Engineering Limited for a cash consideration of approximately 1.
30 1 MEETINGS MAN (IRE) (F Keniry) 13-8F 2 Sassanian (IRE) (9-4) 3 Dinkie Short (40-1) 4 ran 6, dist.
Love Chas and Dinkie xx SHOESMITH Ted The happy memories are still fresh in My mind.
All of 3 1/2 inches, the Dinkie was intended for a lady's handbag.