Definition of Doyly

1. Noun. A small round piece of linen placed under a dish or bowl.

Exact synonyms: Doily, Doyley
Generic synonyms: Linen



Definition of Doyly

1. n. See Doily.

Definition of Doyly

1. Noun. (archaic form of doily) ¹

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Definition of Doyly

1. doily [n -LIES] - See also: doily

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doyly

doxycyclin
doxycycline
doxycyclines
doxylamine
doxylamine succinate
doy
doyen
doyenne
doyennes
doyens
doyleite
doyley
doyleys
doylies
doyly (current term)
doys
doz
doz.
doze
doze off
dozed
dozen
dozenal
dozened
dozening
dozens
dozenth
dozenths
dozer

Literary usage of Doyly

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1. Allegations for Marriage Licences Issued by the Dean and Chapter of by Joseph Lemuel Chester, George John Armytage (1886)
"Berks, Esq., Widr, ab* 24, of her mother M™ Mary Coates alias doyly ; at ... or & M™ Mary doyly, ..."

2. A New Collection of Poems Relating to State Affairs, from Oliver Cromwel to (1705)
"On Mun doyly and Fleet Shepherd, ... the Bags of his Brother, Is that Caterer for News, In Taverns and Stews, Mun doyly the Son of his Mother: Thought all ..."

3. Collections for a History of Staffordshire by Staffordshire Record Society (1901)
"And John doyly stated that he held the said manor for term of his life without impeachment of waste by a demise of Thomas ..."

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