Definition of dingle in English:

dingle

Syllabification: din·gle
Pronunciation: /ˈdiNGgəl
 
/

noun

literary or • dialect
  • A deep wooded valley or dell.
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    • He described the scene thus in 1941 - ‘The River Ure flows through a valley once more charming than it is today, but still beautiful in thickly wooded dingles, water falling in cascades, scars of naked rock, and fine views’.

Origin

Middle English (denoting a deep abyss): of unknown origin. The current sense dates from the mid 17th century.

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