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He always did seem a trifle cracked, and to-night he's certainly dippy.
MRS. RED PEPPERGRACE S. RICHMOND
"The guy's dippy all right, cull," remarked the nearest sleuth to Jarvis, who nodded most seriously.
THE GHOST BREAKERCHARLES GODDARD
He had sharp eyes, had old Mr. Loon, just as Dippy has today, and he used them to good account.
MOTHER WEST WIND "WHERE" STORIESTHORNTON W. BURGESS
He thought uneasily that she had certainly gone a little dippy over the war.
SHORT STORIES OF THE NEW AMERICAVARIOUS
"Why, I thought you were dippy over your 'dear school' and your 'sweet teachers,'" sneered Frank.
BATTLING THE CLOUDSCAPTAIN FRANK COBB
Mr. Dippy took the twenty-five dollars eagerly and vanished into obscurity.
THE TRAIL OF THE GOLDSEEKERSHAMLIN GARLAND
If he was out-and-out dippy and didn't know it, he'd be all right.
T. TEMBAROMFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
They're dippy about Jane out there, so be sure and read her up.
THE LIBRARIAN AT PLAYEDMUND LESTER PEARSON
You bet I made you out a dippy, said Dickie with much satisfaction.
NOTHING BUT THE TRUTHFREDERIC S. ISHAM
If I didnt know you as well as I do, Id say youve gone plumb dippy.
THE GRAY PHANTOMHERMAN LANDON
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