Definition of Sawdust doll
1. Noun. A doll that is stuffed with sawdust.
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Literary usage of Sawdust doll
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1. The Bookman (1895)
"Being a society novel of the very latest pattern, A sawdust doll is likely to become ... A sawdust doll. By Mrs. Reginald de Koven. $1.25. The Manxman. ..."
2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"She was graduated at Lake Forest University in 1880 and married to Louis Reginald De Koven (qv) May 1884. She is the author of <A sawdust doll' (1894); ..."
3. Who's who in America by Albert Nelson Marquis (1899)
"Author: A sawdust doll; also translation of An Iceland Fisherman (Pierre Loti), and contributions of prose and poetry to various periodicals. ..."
4. A Dictionary of American Authors by Oscar Fay Adams (1904)
"A sawdust doll ; By the Waters of Babylon. //., 1800 . Daughter-in-law of Delano, Frances Jackson. Ms., 1Я.У7 . A writer of Fairhaven, Massachusetts. ..."