A sham package in a shop, or one which does not contain what its exterior indicates.
An imitation or copy of something, to be used as a substitute; a model; a lay figure; as, a figure on which clothing is exhibited in shop windows; a blank paper copy used to show the size of the future book, etc.
One who plays a merely nominal part in any action; a sham character.
A thick-witted person; a dolt.
A locomotive with condensing engines, and, hence, without the noise of escaping steam; also, a dummy car.
The fourth or exposed hand when three persons play at a four-handed game of cards.
We're not leaving here without Buster, man. Leave no crash-test dummy behind! Adam Savage
I think there's a lot of, unfortunately, unfunny ventriloquists out there, so they've got a bad rap. It came after Edgar Bergen because everybody had a little cheeky boy dummy like Charlie McCarthy, and everybody decided to become a ventriloquist because Bergen had popularized it. He brought it back from the doldrums of vaudeville. Jeff Dunham
When I was eight years old, I got a dummy for Christmas and started teaching myself. I got books and records and sat in front of the bathroom mirror, practising. I did my first show in the third grade and just kept going; there was no reason to quit. Jeff Dunham
Dummy Dum Dum was my nickname for years at school. I was the strange one of the family, the one who couldn't remember his name. John Lydon
Smartphones. Who cares? Smartphones. I only have dummy phones. Don Rickles