Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of dandy: more dandy

Etymologies

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dand(y) +‎ -ier

Examples

  • Candy is dandy, but candy-flavored cocktails are even dandier.

    Robert Rosenthal: Don't Turn Drinking Into a Responsibility

  • And 70 percent, like what Apple and Amazon are now offering, is apparently starting to sound dandier to Google.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets

  • As much as this blow-by-blow battlemodo shows you all the problems we encountered, the big picture is that really, mobile web is pretty dandy right now, and getting dandier.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets

  • As much as this blow-by-blow battlemodo shows you all the problems we encountered, the big picture is that really, mobile web is pretty dandy right now, and getting dandier.

    Gizmodo

  • See him now, his face lit up with delight at the parade advancing on every side, of cart and carriage, delivery truck and spacious brougham, of ladies in their colorful crinoline and dandies dandier than the foppish fop astride boneshaker bicycles weaving between the vendors’ carts as expertly as rodeo barrel racers.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • See him now, his face lit up with delight at the parade advancing on every side, of cart and carriage, delivery truck and spacious brougham, of ladies in their colorful crinoline and dandies dandier than the foppish fop astride boneshaker bicycles weaving between the vendors’ carts as expertly as rodeo barrel racers.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • See him now, his face lit up with delight at the parade advancing on every side, of cart and carriage, delivery truck and spacious brougham, of ladies in their colorful crinoline and dandies dandier than the foppish fop astride boneshaker bicycles weaving between the vendors’ carts as expertly as rodeo barrel racers.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • I never knew two dandier people than you and your brother, and I like the work, but --! "

    Poor, Dear Margaret Kirby

  • "There's not a dandier, better pal anywhere, than what Chum's been to me.

    His Dog

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