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  • n. Dinner.


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Diminutive form of dinner.


  • We're off to din-dins shortly & will get to the crossie tomorrow.

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  • Today, I am going to go to Paris and eat some din-dins with my boo and friend, CP.

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  • Nothing wrong with Randy or the Redgraves, but when you've seen Dennis circa 1988 with his shirt off or Bette serve Joan a dead rat for her din-dins substitutions, no matter how nice, just don't cut it.

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  • We were making scrumptious veggieburgers din-dins for our menfolk to eat once they jumped out of the surf.


  • "You was to take me to din-dins, Super," she said, pouting.

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  • We can help directly by advertising that we will pay top dollar for witch doctor livers, which our kitties want for their din-dins.

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