Hundreds of voices have for long years dinged into his ears the danger ahead.
These things were dinged in my ears day after day, till I was sick of the very sound.
If your name had not been chaunted in it, it would have been dinged into the dunagan.
Darned if I—hum, ladies present—dinged if I know what to do.
"O, come off; stop that dinged preaching, Shorty," said one impatiently.
After the fashion of great actors of a bygone generation, he wore a soft black felt hat, dinged in the crown from front to rear.
The idea of danger had been dinged into his ears so that fear had become a part of the fabric of his nature.
Dinged if I didn't think yeou'd got abaout enough of it bating against Oakdale!
Clinch looked at him, very drunk: "None o' your dinged business," he said very softly.
You may be sure that I have well learned all of caution's maxims; they have, all my life, been dinged into my ears.