- Origin unknown. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“What Morse calls a "dippy" local ruling requires Ben & Jerry's staffers to undergo blood tests every three months to guard against infecting customers.”
“We're kind of dippy and strange, we wear funny clothes at least a few times a year, we insist on lecturing you about how St. Patrick actually murdered Druids and the whole "snake" thing is a smokescreen while you're trying to chug your third mug of green beer in peace.”
“The reason for that, which is kind of dippy, is I've been feeling very grateful to you.”
“Did I remark in some preceding breath that Allison is more or less "dippy" over music?”
“At any rate, the good, sober New Englanders went back home and sent him $300,000 more, which set him entirely "dippy," in local phrase.”
“Now Martha declares that she finds the site "dippy" and that Twitter is far more efficient.”
“dippy"; but he knew the ways of fish, from whales to minnows.”
“Viko leaves behind a "dippy" father, a "dotty" mother, a bewildered sister, and likely some sort of pets or offspring which I could have taken the time & trouble to look up — but, really, who cares?”
“Again, I'm not advocating some "Be one with the snakes and they'll be one with us" New Age hippy-dippy mentality.”
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