- n. Australia, informal A minor collision, especially between motor vehicles.
- n. a base hit on which the batter stops safely at first base
“June 8, 2009 at 6:00 am akshully, ai wuz jus beein silleh, ai lubs spoonrizms, tuu. liek, blushing crow bingle jells an so on”
“Email — faster than a letter, cheaper than a phone call, able to alert you to new messages with a bingle sound — allows us to effortlessly contact family and friends.”
“Berlin Barker stepped forth briskly, urging the umpire to keep the game in motion, his bat held as if he intended to try for a safe bingle.”
“In the sixth, Cambridge made an effort to close the gap when Shawenecy kissed the leather for a bingle.”
“Shawenecy went bad here and gave Storey a free ticket, and Wallace came through with a three station bingle that shoved Williams and Storey across.”
“Princeman stood gaping at that bingle in paralyzed dismay; but the batsman, who was a slow runner and slow thinker, stood a fatal second to see whether the ball was fair or foul.”
“Rowdy pigs pushed the passers by off the side walk; tipsy pigs hiccoughed their version of "We wont go home till morning," from the gutter; and delicate young pigs tripped daintily through the mud, as if, like "Mrs. Peery-bingle," they plumed themselves upon their ankles, and kept themselves particularly neat in point of stockings.”
“The further up the front you are the less likely you are to get into a bingle on those first few laps.”
“Male drivers are 14 per cent more likely than women to cut and run from a carpark bingle without leaving their details, according to GIO statistics.”
“Der Bingle dir. yahoo.com/thespark/9647/der-bingle”
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The name is a discreet tribute to Charles Cudworth and his essay: "Ye Olde Spuriosity Shoppe, or, Put it in the Anhang", whi...
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