Definition of Doats
1. doat [v] - See also: doat
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Literary usage of Doats
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Extracts of the Journals and Correspondence of Miss Berry: From the Year by Mary Berry (1865)
"... and who doats upon her, is really quite a consoling view of existence, and her having so well deserved the quiet comforts she enjoys by all her former ..."
2. Ellen Middleton: A Tale by Georgiana Fullerton (1846)
""Oh, everybody doats upon the little Irish girl; nobody can tell exactly why. It is, I suppose, because her eyes speak to you whether her tongue does or not ..."
3. The Works of Robt. Leighton by Robert Leighton, George Jerment (1805)
"... his love will certainly grow, and will chase away those follies that the world doats upon, as unworthy to be taken notice of by such a soul. Ver. ..."