Definition of dippy in English:

dippy

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Pronunciation: /ˈdɪpi
 
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adjective (dippier, dippiest)

informal
Silly and eccentric or scatterbrained: dippy ideas
More example sentences
  • My dippy mother is going around frantically getting all the things from inside the living room that are worth any money, which I can tell you it ‘aint a lot!
  • In this show suitable for six- to ten-year-olds, the cast of three comprises Rachel Over's creature-loving Norah; Paul Hutchinson as her dippy, wannabe pop-star boyfriend Norman and Lucy Atkinson as none other than God herself.
  • Inoffensive, energetic and pleasantly silly comic froth, David Dobkin's jaunty Shanghai Knights serves up robust verbal cut and thrust from the ever willing Chan and his charmingly dippy, English-baiting foil, Wilson.

Origin

early 20th century: of unknown origin.

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