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Sentence count:63Posted:2016-11-25Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: darkdirtydullgraygrimySimilar words: landingdiningleadingfundingreadingtradingweddingabidingMeaning: ['dɪndʒɪ] adj. 1. thickly covered with ingrained dirt or soot 2. (of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear 3. causing dejection. 
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1, Her hair was a dingy brown colour.
2, Our first sight of the dingy little hotel did not inspire us with much confidence/inspire much confidence in us.
3, Shaw took me to his rather dingy office.
4, He was living alone in a dingy bedsit in London.
5, Normally Roberto shunned the low-class and dingy.
6, The clean, light surfaces, among the dingy, sooty walls, gave him pleasure.
7, A small, terrace house in a dingy street.
8, Even tiny firms of six men in dingy offices with low overheads were able to compete by slashing prices to the bone.
9, The street ran between rows of dingy terraced houses.
10, It contained two narrow iron bedsteads furnished with dingy bed-linen and grey army blankets.
11, He ate lunch in a dingy little cafe next to the station.
12, The worn, faded furniture, the dingy wallpaper, the papers scattered around,[http://sentencedict.com/dingy.html] the smell of alcohol.
13, The room was damp and dingy.
14, We spent the week in a dingy motel off Route 9.
15, I spent too many hours with my friends in a rather dingy salon in, I think, Marshall Street.
16, The girl felt a call coming like a flaming arrow across the dingy coffee bar.
17, The fans will remember four seasons of an unimposing 6-foot-1 kid lighting up dingy Toso Pavilion like the Northern Lights.
18, At last, Corbett found the narrow alleyway and pushed his horse through the crowd to the battered ale-stake above the dingy house.
19, But one was left wondering at the decision to commit time, money and talent to this dingy piece of hokum.
20, The room told me nothing. just a bare, impersonal space in a cheap, dingy hotel.
21, His sandals had been scraped clean but they still looked pretty dingy.
22, Worst of all is watching those people who have to queue for their pensions and benefits in such dingy surroundings every week.
23, Neon everywhere, billboards as far as the eye could see, concrete apartment blocks dingy with pollution.
24, Political consultants used to be little-known operatives working in dingy offices trying to elect better-known candidates.
25, My most valuable experience was a few years ago when I was living in a dingy student room in Grenoble.
26, We were to spend our honeymoon in a rather dingy hotel at Glenfarg in Perthshire.
27, Poky would have been a good word for it, or dingy.
28, However long she had been there, the whole stretch was a dingy aching trail of work and beatings.
29, The newsagent stood next to the bookmakers in a parade of dingy shops.
30, Winter had closed the eyelids of the land and the snow that covered it was ill-fitting and dingy like a second-hand shroud.
More similar words: landingdiningleadingfundingreadingtradingweddingabidingdemandingboardingspendingbuildingincludingexcludingrecordingimpendingaccordingregardingdependingrewardingoutstandingsurroundingaccording tofounding fathernotwithstandingcorresponding tomisunderstandingbuilding materialsend inhand in
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