You think that this tragedy has given you an opportunity to catapult you [sic] dinky blog and newspaper to new heights.
You have lived here wrapped up in yourselves and your dinky little town so long that mental asphyxiation is threatening you all.
And the speed229 he gets out of that dinky little roadster is amazin'.
What kind 63 of a dinky little silver-plated wedding present do you think I am, anyway?
I know more about artillery than half their dinky West Pointers.
Ten shillings are $2.50 our money and cheap when it includes a dinky little chauffeur with a uniform.
Why do you bother with a dinky office like the one you started out for?
And she let me ask dinky Odell over to have some and we had hot chocolate and a fust rate time.
dinky Bradford, sez I after thinkin a moment; but Im delegated to speak for him.
I get off when I do hear the approaches of the dinky engine.
1788 "neat, trim, dainty, small," from Scottish dialectal dink "finely dressed, trim" (c.1500), of unknown origin. Modern sense is 1850s.
To perform successfully, esp after promising; come through: It's a very tough assignment, but he thinks he can deliver/ He talks big, but can he deliver the goods? (1909+)