dibby-dibby
 adj.— «An attack on the PNP’s rule during the 1970s, for example, is followed, to uproarious applause, by a description of Mr Manley’s team as a “dibby-dibby posse”—meaning something like “smart-arse.”» —“The Election Will Be Based On Personalities, Says The Economist” Economist Jan. 21, 1989. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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