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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhumdingerhum‧ding‧er /hʌmˈdɪŋə $ -ər/ noun   a humdinger
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humdingerBrown must have been a humdinger of a playground supervisor.Pierre and Donna are having a humdinger of a row.What a shame it couldn't have been more of a humdinger.And it was a humdinger, delivered with passion and poise.There was a humdinger of a reception to greet us.a humdinger of a partySuch excitement was absent during a first half that was more humdrum than humdinger.
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