Synonyms for dingle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DINGLE
Anon I heard a boisterous shout, which seemed to proceed from the entrance of the dingle.
On arriving at the extremity of the plain, I looked towards the dingle.
Passing on, I proceeded to the spring, where I filled the kettle, and then returned to the dingle.
Now, you had better go down to the brook in the dingle and have a drink.
And now in the broad daylight I was half afraid to examine the dingle.
It is at the southern entrance of the open bay of Dingle towards the sea.
This Dingle Peninsula is explored by very few, unexplored by me, alas!
Every soul stood amazed, and nobody spoke but Dingle himself.
She comes of a good family, Mrs. Dingle, and if you won't be a mother to her, I will!
Only at the entrance to the dingle the words failed from off my tongue.
"deep dell or hollow, usually wooded," mid-13c., of unknown origin; a dialectal word until it entered literary use 17c.