The apartment seemed stuffy; there was a trace of dinginess, neglect, about the black velvet rugs and hangings.
Every sail that loomed in the dinginess filled me with alarm.
This is what makes interesting the dinginess of the cantonment on the Isle of Dogs.
God's Spirit met us in spite of cold and dinginess and needs.
For all its dinginess and its picturesque disorder there was something infinitely beguiling about the room.
But this dungeon had ample compensations for its darkness and dinginess.
Southampton is a very pretty town, and has not the dinginess to which I have been accustomed in many English towns.
The rosette is typical of a curious character that the room has for all its dinginess.
But his choice was to sit in rags and dinginess on a bench in a park.
It is another Arrangement in Black in which critics could then discover but dinginess and dirt.
Goofy; loony: a dingy move