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shindy

noun shin·dy \ˈshin-dē\
plural shindys or shindies

Definition of SHINDY

1
:  shindig 1
2
:  fracas, uproar

Examples of SHINDY

  1. <the prime minister created a brief shindy with his unexpected appearance>

Origin of SHINDY

probably alteration of 1shinny
First Known Use: 1814

Rhymes with SHINDY

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