The result is that dingle now faces a 23-count federal indictment.
It has a small modern church; but an old church, now disused, lies in a dingle in some fields a mile away from the village.
Anon I heard a boisterous shout, which seemed to proceed from the entrance of the dingle.
The news of dingle, as might be expected, occasioned the greatest excitement throughout the little encampment.
Passing on, I proceeded to the spring, where I filled the kettle, and then returned to the dingle.
He aroused dingle and Mansfield, but Peterson was nowhere to be found.
On arriving at the extremity of the plain, I looked towards the dingle.
With a smile at the absurdity of such a supposition, I left him and his companion, and betook myself p. 111to the dingle.
And now in the broad daylight I was half afraid to examine the dingle.
The settlement of the dingle action was a confession of weakness.
"deep dell or hollow, usually wooded," mid-13c., of unknown origin; a dialectal word until it entered literary use 17c.