Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A fancy or fantastic trinket or ornament.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Gmail is free, and you can fandangle other ways to get a professional email without spending a dime!

    Is Your Email Address Losing You Clients?

  • Instead, to save cash, they're pushing moviegoers to on-line sites and smart phone (ph) apps like fandangle, movie phone, movietickets. com, and flickster.

    CNN Transcript Aug 21, 2009

  • Ask her for bread these days and she gives you a Cluny-lace fandangle.

    Tish

  • I boun 'she won't neber stick her nose in dem new-fandangle chu'ches no more.

    The Wit of Women Fourth Edition

  • It is the question which will have crossed the minds of Gianluigi Buffon, Kaka, perhaps David Villa, in these crazy past four months and the answer most people might give will include apartments, Ferraris and all the other trappings which come with the whole Arab ownership fandangle.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • They had (Namibia's only?) "children under 13 years old stay free" policy, and despite their clearly stated rule of "absolutely no more than 2 adults and 2 children per safari tent", we were able to fandangle accommodations without having to lie about our family size.

    TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com

  • It is the only one and perishable,” and went on to say that we should not try to compute some fandangle mathematical equation and strategize our vote to figure out that if we vote who we believe in we might get this other thing that we do not want.

    Printing: Proceeding Onward in the Face of a Dark Political Climate

  • Any online company, with some fandangle new idea they pass onto jane and john doe, proclaiming they’ll save you money and time … it’s just another way for someone else to make money.

    Real estate agents are next « BuzzMachine

  • "Ask her for bread these days and she gives you a Cluny-lace fandangle.

    Tish

  • Why, I've never had a ride in a motor car in my life, and I've never eaten in one of those fandangle hotels; and the way you put it, I'm just crazy to go! "

    Patty's Social Season

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  • Webster: an elaborate but useless ornament

    Also a skateboarding move and a band (see wiki).

    July 7, 2007