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Shindig! is an American musical variety series which aired on ABC from September 16, 1964 to January 8, 1966. The show was hosted by Jimmy O'Neill, a disc ...



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Shindig definition, an elaborate or large dance, party, or other celebration. See more.

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The Shindig - 2015


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Shindig - definition of shindig by The Free Dictionary


A festive party, often with dancing. Also called shindy. 2. See shindy. [Probably alteration of shindy.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, ...

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Shindig | Definition of Shindig by Merriam-Webster


1a : a social gathering with dancingb : a usually large or lavish party. 2 : shindy 2. See shindig defined for English-language learners. See shindig defined for ...

Urban Dictionary: shindig


A small party, not quite full scale. Generally a shindig consists of 5-20 people hanging out at the host's house, but they may be held at other loc...

shindig - Wiktionary


English[edit]. Etymology[edit]. Of uncertain origin. Perhaps an alteration of shindy. Perhaps from Scottish Gaelic sìnteag (“leap, jump”).