from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A mischievous prank or antic; a caper.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An old story.
- noun A caper; a prank; a trick.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A shrewd trick; an antic; a caper.
- noun to play a trick; to cut a caper; -- perhaps so called from the trick of Dido, who having bought so much land as a hide would cover, is said to have cut it into thin strips long enough to inclose a spot for a citadel.
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- adverb US Common misspelling of
- noun slang, regional A
fuss, a row.
- noun A
shrewd trick; an antic; a caper.
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- noun (Roman mythology) a princess of Tyre who was the founder and queen of Carthage; Virgil tells of her suicide when she was abandoned by Aeneas
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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"Halse has been running round with him, on the sly, for a month, and they've got some kind of a 'dido' planned out."
Australia, dido people trying to get silver certificates converted to bullion have faced excusses and delivery delays (see previous post)
“How the hell did someone get pics out of North Korea without getting shot?” dido
Reply to this comment » muso scot (dido singer) says:
September 22nd, 2006 at 6:58 am dido, well past aug 13th.
The thick, curly hair and a beard gave him the look of a B-movie ban dido
Monday, Oct. 06, 2003 @ 11: 56 mood: kinda sad current music: white flag, dido current - reminsce - envision - archive - guestbook - contact links soccernet the onion break. com newgrounds wikipedia somethingawful talkingcock maddox my ebaystore
MCEDWARDS: Well, and dido, as you say for our next example, which is Polio.
Perhaps you don't think she means it when she goes to every 'tea' and 'recital' and 'at home' and crazy dido from here to Beersheba and back.
Three times that night she woke in the bed with her curl-papers crackling for very fright; and the fourth time 'twas at the sound of a real dido below stairs.
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