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Definition of thingy wingy

thingy wingy

noun

  • Used for an object for which you don't know or don't remember the name.

    whatchamacallit

    dohickey

    "I need that thingy wingy you use to unclog the drain."

    "That thingy wingy you've been looking for is under the sofa"

    Last edited on Dec 31 2020. Submitted by Hemizontalis on Dec 31 2020.

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