thingummybob


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thingummybob

, thingamajig, thingummy
nDings(da) nt or (for people) mf, → Dingsbums nt or (for people) mf
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She wants a disco party and I've just discovered that the disco light thingummybob that I bought from Amazon for a bargain PS9.
But - and here's where X Factor comes in - its Dome Leisure Centre was staging Joseph and His Amazing Thingummybob.
Then, in walks Val Kilmer's unlikely top-secret government boffin with a newly developed, time travel-type thingummybob which could hold the key to changing the past altogether.
WHAT a huge relief that England's footballers have failed to qualify for the thingummybob in Europe next year.
Lyn was talking about the big stripey thingummybob that is the Summer Pops tent, which has moved this year from its old home on the Kings Dock, to the Central Docks which faces on to Regent Street.
Yvonne Edgar and Nickolas Grace starred in Leonard Bernstein's Candide which was a great success when it was staged at the Rep; The Thingummybob That's Going To Win The War by Stephen Fagan was staged in 1974; The heart-warming tale of The Snowman; Man and Superman starred Timothy Ackroyd and Peter O'Toole; The American Clock with Ben Warriss, Maria Charles and Joris Stuyck; Geoffrey Bayldon and Jon Pertwee in Wurzel Gummidge
Typing in my own vital statistics to a "find your Olympic body match" thingummybob, I was intrigued to find out which athlete was lucky enough to share my sinewy frame's vital statistics.
That works the thingummybob that makes the engine roar
A Thingummybob (the six episodes were written by Kenneth Cope) was the first programme to be transmitted on the opening night of London Weekend Television on August 2, 1968.
It houses all manner of wondrous games and thingummybobs to fire the imagination of the families who walk through the doors.
AT THE sprightly age of 243, Mr Magorium (Hoffman) is the proprietor of the most amazing toy shop in the world, which houses all manner of wondrous games and thingummybobs to fire the imagination of the families who walk through the doors.
At the sprightly age of 243, Mr Magorium (Hoffman) is the proprietor of an amazing toy shop, which houses all manner of wondrous games and thingummybobs to fire the imagination of the families who walk through the doors.