Examples of dandle in a Sentence
the college president is a past master at dandling wealthy alumni
Recent Examples of dandle from the Web
Got two shots of tequila from a crew of friendly Australians merely for allowing a young woman to dandle my infant.
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Origin and Etymology of dandle
First Known Use: 1530See Words from the same year
DANDLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dandle for English Language Learners
: to move (a baby) up and down in your arms or on your knee as a way of playing
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