Sentence for dingy | Use dingy in a sentence

Dingy in sentence. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use dingy in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for dingy.

  • It was dingy in colour; its furniture was old. (8)
  • In their columns the horizon is narrow and inexpressibly dingy. (16)
  • His head, covered with dingy down, quivered with his effort to escape. (8)
  • In the dingy light of the little room, his face appeared yellow and old. (13)
  • This is a somewhat dingy structure, originally of red brick and now gray. (1)
  • He could see the heart in her translucent, hanging like a cold dingy ruby. (10)
  • The gray light of the summer evening filtered mournfully into the dingy room…. (13)
  • Pressing him close to her thin bosom, she looked above his little dingy head at the two young people. (8)
  • There were four empty beds on iron legs, and, with the air of a showman, the Frenchman twitched away a dingy quilt. (8)
  • In this realm there was a dingy bed, two chairs, and a washstand, with one lame leg, supported by an aged footstool. (8)
  • She stood in the centre of the emptiest part of that rather dingy room, as far as possible away from any good or chattel. (8)
  • Timidly the Countess inspected the furniture of the apartment, taking chills at the dingy articles she saw, in the midst of her heat. (10)

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Definition of dingy:

  • dingy, dingey, ding’gi, n. the smallest ship’s boat: in india, a canoe. (0) | dingy, din’ji, adj. of a dim or dark colour: dull: soiled. | n. din’giness. (0)

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