Definition of Dogey
1. dogie [n -GEYS] - See also: dogie
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dogey
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Literary usage of Dogey
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Introduction to Poetry by Jay Broadus Hubbell, John Owen Beaty (1922)
"Cowboys singing to their dogey steers, Cowboys perched on forty-dollar saddles, Riding to the North, six months to get there, Six months to reach Wyoming. ..."
2. Handbook for Rangers & Woodsmen by Jay Laird Burgess Taylor (1916)
"SW. dogey, n. A motherless young calf. Usually applied to one that has lost its mother through death ..."
3. The American Live Stock Market by Arthur C. Davenport (1922)
"dogey, small common-bred cattle native to the southern states, sometimes called "yellowhammers" on the St. Louis market. Dogs, very poor inferior animals, ..."