Definition of Doddy

1. a hornless cow [n DODDIES] / sulky [adj DODDIER, DODDIEST] - See also: sulky



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doddy

doddered
dodderer
dodderers
dodderier
doddering
dodderingly
dodders
doddery
doddier
doddies
doddiest
dodding
doddle
doddles
doddy (current term)
dodeca-
dodecadactylum
dodecadic
dodecadodecahedra
dodecadodecahedron
dodecadodecahedrons
dodecaedron
dodecagon
dodecagonal
dodecagons
dodecagrid
dodecagynia
dodecagynous
dodecahedra

Literary usage of Doddy

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1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"Curly doddy, do my biddin", (2) Scabiosa arvensis, L.—E. Bord. Bot. E. Bord.; S. Scotl. Jamie- son. (3) Plantago lanceolata, L.—Forf. Jamieson. ..."

2. Dictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English: Containing Words from the by Thomas Wright (1904)
"... -doddy, (1) ». A revolving thin!;; to scramble awkwardly; to ill anything clumsily; to stammer, or hesitate ¡ to loiter. North. ..."

3. Studies in Board Schools by Charles Robert Morley (1897)
"doddy, you do look well,' and then she falls on his neck and kisses him again and ... Overcome by contending emotions, poor Teddy —or doddy, as she called ..."

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