dilly \DIL-ee\, noun:
- Informal. something or someone regarded as remarkable, unusual, etc.: a dilly of a movie.
Dilly is thought to have come to English by combining the first syllable of delightful and delicious with the -y suffix meaning "full or characterized by."
- Short for Atomizer; the part of an Electronic Cigarette that creates the vapor from the E-Liquid
"I can't get this menthol flavor out of my atty, I gonna switch it out for a fresh one"
Why did witches in Romania throw poisonous mandrake into the Danube River in January 2011?
- To cast spells on their president and government for enacting a law requiring them to pay a 16 percent income tax—from which they previously had been exempt.
- Below 3,280 feet.
- Hollywood Sign: the iconic landmark was officially dedicated (1923); until 1949 it read "HOLLYWOODLAND"
- World Cup: the first world soccer competition began in Uruguay (1930)
- Live Aid: benefit concert took place in London and Philadelphia, raising £150 million for famine relief; Phil Collins performed at both venues, traveling by Concorde (1985)
- presidential disability clause: President Ronald Reagan transferred power for 7 hours to his vice president, George Bush, before undergoing surgery for cancer; it was the first time the clause was invoked (1985)
- Patrick Stewart 1940
- Robert Forster 1941
- Louise Mandrell 1955
- Cameron Crowe 1957
- Gerald Levert 1966
- Deborah Cox 1973