from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang An article whose name is unknown or forgotten.
- n. Slang A person regarded as stupid.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Something whose name is either unknown or forgotten; a thingamajig.
- n. A fool or incompetent person.
- n. penis
Steve Jobs claims the dingus is a "game changer" with implications for publishing, but then he hasn't offered any numerical forecasts.
Short of the 'dingus' bit (touch juvenile, if deserved), I'd say that's one level response to someone seemingly intent on your professional demise.
a retired British officer in pursuit of a "dingus," this one a few centuries older than a jewel-encrusted "black bird" that was the object of Spade's enquiries.
I reccommend a little metal dingus called a tick removal key.
Neither Bush nor Cheney earned anything, much less all the money they pissed away on THEIR WAR, dingus … …
Got to the point in Caught Stealing where we learn what the “dingus” that everyone is looking for is.
He's not getting the support of the GOP now, dingus.
And I'd rather fade away than lie to some gal, break down what's wrong with her or act like a total dingus until she dumps me.
If we take them by surprise and blow up that terraforming dingus, those Gorn ships will no longer have the means to wipe out an entire civilization.
Because some dingus left their dog poop in front of my garage and I am waiting for the rain to come wash it away…
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