Dingle-dangle


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Din´gle-dan`gle


adv.1.In a dangling manner.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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I get so much joy from watching parent/carers join me and their children in pretending to row a boat or be a 'dingle-dangle scarecrow' which all aids in building a childs confidence, coordination, physical skills and creativity.
In a dramatic re-enactment, Shatner sits at his table, longing for a "moister, tastier turkey", and then purchases a turkey fryer, complete with instruction tome, thermometer and "dingle-dangle", but his arrogance and longing for deep fried bird lands him in hot oil.