dinky definition by Webster's New World
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adjective dinkier, dinkiest
Informal small and unimportant; of no consequence
Origin: ; from Scottish dink, finely dressed, trim
noun pl. dinkies
dinky definition by American Heritage Dictionary
adjective din·ki·er, din·ki·est Informal
- Of small size or consequence; insignificant.
- Of poor quality; shabby.
Variant of dinkey.
Origin: Probably from Scots dink, neat, trim.