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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdippydip‧py /ˈdɪpi/ adjective informal  CRAZYsilly or crazy
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dippyI've always been dippy about Charity from a child.So who would know where Lily's dippy daughter was being kept?She was a plain, dippy girl who always looked like she'd have trouble getting past the £200 question on Millionaire.This covers both his penchant for fusion, and his dippy mystic positivism and cosmology of love.Although some of the questions are dippy, the volume is an inimitable record of poetic opinions and conversational habits.
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