dippy

[dip-ee]
adjective, dippier, dippiest. Slang.
somewhat mad or foolish: dippy with love.

Origin:
1900–05; origin uncertain

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dippy (ˈdɪpɪ)
 
adj , -pier, -piest
slang odd, eccentric, or crazy
 
[C20: of unknown origin]

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Example sentences
Some people will dismiss the whole thing as hippy-dippy, feel-good stuff.
But make no mistake-this ain't some hippy-dippy attempt at selling ice cream.
Might as well milk it for what you can, retire as early as you can, and get the heck out of this dippy place.
These shows pit caustic and manipulative brunettes against surprisingly canny blondes, or alternatively, focus on dippy brunettes.
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