Definition funny of Dingwell:

urbanSomeone who publishes a vast quantity of academic papers whilst wearing a blue suit jacket. A 'Dingwell' normally exhumes an magic aura that makes people think they are not working hard and/or fast enough, and has a special affinity for glass and moose.

urbanDon't buy that suit jacket, you'll look like a right Dingwell

urbanSomebody who is very loud, yet very wrong all the time. Not just some of the time, but all the time. It can also mean the little pieces of feces that dangle from a dogs butt.

urbanHe's such a dingwell, needs to grow up, be quiet, and realize he's never right about anything.


Books about Dingwell:

booksHarlequin Omnibus 8 Three Novels By Joyce Dingwell by Joyce Dingwell (1976)

booksJoyce Dingwell by Author unknown (Jun 1, 1983)

booksLot of *9* VINTAGE HARLEQUIN by JOYCE DINGWELL: The Cattleman; Remember September; All the Days of Summer; Flamingo... by Joyce Dingwell (1900)

books'You name it, we make it.' (Dingwell's Machinery and Supply Inc.) (Northern Achievement): An article from: Northern... (Jul 28, 2005)

booksALL THE DAYS OF SUMMER "Dingwell by Joyce" 4.8 (Jan 1, 1900)

booksAlvin Emmett Skinner, Petitioner, v. Wilbur L. Dingwell. U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with Supporting... by R BROWN, VINCENT STARZINGER and ELMER MCCLAIN (Oct 27, 2011)

booksYear of the Dragon 2164 Harlequin Romance by Joyce Dingwell 1977 by Joyce Dingwell (1977)


Wiki information Dingwell:

Joyce Dingwell
Writer, Author, Person, Deceased Person, Film story contributor

Joyce Dingwell, née Enid Joyce Owen Starr, an Australian writer of more than 80 romance novels at Mills & Boon from 1931 to 1986, who also wrote under the pseudonym of Kate Starr. Her novel The House in the Timberwood, had been made into a motion...

Adam Dingwell
Professional American Football Player, Measured person, Person, Athlete

Adam Dingwell is an American football quarterback for the San Diego State Aztecs.