Dandy [adjective]

Definition of Dandy:

fine, excellent

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Sentence/Example of Dandy:

Using a long-handled lighter, WD-40 customers have reported that it makes a dandy mini-flame thrower.

The market value of your now-nine-year security would be only about $9,174, according to my handy-dandy online bond calculator.

That’s all fine and dandy, but a lack of a schedule can be confusing for our animals, especially when they usually have free reign of the house from 9 to 5 every day.

The poor dandy showed a pair of straight coat-tails instanter, and the whole table joined in a "tremenjous" roar.

The tobacco-box, during the reign of Elizabeth, was no unimportant part of a dandy's outfit; sometimes a pouch or bag was used.

The creature kept up a deafening squealing, while out of the bush rushed Dandy, the farmers dog.

Dandy seemed much surprised to discover that he had locked his teeth on the wrong individual!

Boat after boat came up and made fast astern of the dandy vessel, and soon the decks were crowded with merry groups.

I am now very dandy: I announced two years ago that I should change.

I know ye make a dandy good district marshal, but ye are slippin'—goin' addled 'bout this funeral business.