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dinkie

/ˈdɪŋkɪ/
noun
1.
an affluent married childless person
adjective
2.
designed for or appealing to dinkies
Word Origin
C20: from d(ouble) i(ncome) n(o) k(ids) + -ie
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  • She smiled understandingly and turned and inspected dinkie, bent over his arithmetic, with an entirely new curiosity.

    The Prairie Child Arthur Stringer
  • I have tried talking with little dinkie, and reasoning with him.

    The Prairie Mother Arthur Stringer
  • I had rather an awful nightmare last night, dreaming that dinkie was trying to climb the stone wall about our place.

    The Prairie Child Arthur Stringer
  • But before dinkie went he slowly crossed the room and kissed me.

    The Prairie Child Arthur Stringer
  • dinkie, on the other hand, developed an altogether unlooked-for shyness and turned red when Susie kissed him.

    The Prairie Child Arthur Stringer
  • In the first place, it will be a help to dinkie in his studies.

    The Prairie Child Arthur Stringer
  • And it disturbed me a little to find that without even thinking about it I went to dinkie first.

    The Prairie Child Arthur Stringer
  • dinkie wants to start riding Buntie to school, but his pater says otherwise.

    The Prairie Child Arthur Stringer
  • Somewhere, in the blackness of this big night, my homeless dinkie is wandering unguarded and alone.

    The Prairie Child Arthur Stringer
  • But I can catch at the trick of living them over again in my dinkie.

    The Prairie Child Arthur Stringer

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