dilly definition

  • noun:
    • Slang One that is remarkable or extraordinary, as in size or high quality: had a dilly of a fight.
    • some body or something like that that is remarkable or unusual.
    • a type of stagecoach.
    • a type of stagecoach.
    • one thing remarkable, extremely uncommon, or exceptionally effective.
    • An abbreviation of diligence.
    • just like daffodil, daffodilly.
    • a little sapotaceous tree, Mimusops Sieberi, specifically labeled as the crazy dilly, located on the Florida tips plus the West Indies. Its timber is quite hefty and hard, of a dark-brown color, and vulnerable of an attractive polish.
    • A bag woven of grasses or of fur turned into cable; a small case of every product.
    • Slang one that's remarkable or extraordinary, as with size or quality: had a dilly of a fight.
    • somebody or something like that that is remarkable or strange.
    • a type of stagecoach.
    • A kind of stagecoach.
    • some thing remarkable, very strange, or remarkably efficient.
    • An abbreviation of diligence.
    • Same as daffodil, daffodilly.
    • a tiny sapotaceous tree, Mimusops Sieberi, especially labeled as the wild dilly, on the Florida tips plus in the West Indies. Its lumber is quite heavy and hard, of a dark-brown shade, and prone of a lovely polish.
    • A bag woven of grasses or of fur twisted into cord; a tiny case of any product.
  • adjective:
    • redolent of dill (the spruce)
    • redolent of dill (the spruce)

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