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  • The milk, too, was often "bingy," to use a country expression for

    Life of Charlotte Brontë — Volume 1

  • Had an imaginary friend? tons. propley, googoo, judy, pat, west bingy and west rocky to name a few. lol.

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  • The milk, too, was often “bingy,” to use a country expression for

    The Life of Charlotte Bronte

  • You don't just sit there and "bingy-bingy-bingy" with a finger tip.

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  • I've heerd my aunt say as she found out as summat was wrong wi 'Nancy as soon as th' milk turned bingy, for there ne'er had been such a clean lass about her milk-cans afore that; and from bad it grew to worse, and she would sit and do nothing but play wi 'her fingers fro' morn till night, and if they asked her what ailed her, she just said, "He once was here;" and if they bid her go about her work, it were a 'the same.

    Sylvia's Lovers — Volume 2

  • There’s some broken HTML in the source which seems rather bingy too.

    A Troll Squats On WWWBING.com — Literally

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