Examples of dingbat in a Sentence
I told you it wouldn't work, you dingbat!
a dingbat who was constantly firing off nonsensical letters to the editor
Recent Examples of dingbat from the Web
But even symbolic mother-daughter relationships have a way of turning dysfunctional, and Liz comes to see Rosemary less as a beacon than a warning — an image of the cynical, resentful, washed-up dingbat Liz herself might well become.
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Origin and Etymology of dingbat
First Known Use: 1904See Words from the same year
DINGBAT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dingbat for English Language Learners
: a stupid or crazy person
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