adjective dip·py \ˈdi-pē\

: silly or foolish in usually an appealing way


Full Definition of DIPPY

:  foolish
dip·pi·ness noun

Examples of DIPPY

  1. a movie about a slightly dippy young musician
  2. <a mindless movie about a bunch of dippy teenagers>

Origin of DIPPY

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1899


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