Definition of Doggishly

1. [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doggishly

doggesses
dogget
doggets
doggie
doggie bag
doggie bags
doggie door
doggier
doggies
doggiest
doggily
dogginess
dogging
doggings
doggish
doggishly (current term)
doggishness
doggishnesses
doggo
doggone
doggoned
doggoneder
doggonedest
doggoner
doggones
doggonest
doggoning
doggrel
doggrels
doggy

Literary usage of Doggishly

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1. The Electrical Engineer (1891)
"[The dog was brought in and doggishly wriggled his acknowledgments, and was speedily made a great pet of by the ladies.] Electricity, Mr. Crookes went on to ..."

2. Rome, in the Nineteenth Century: Containing a Complete Account of the Ruins by Charlotte Anne Eaton (1860)
"With a loose coat or cloak folded round them, they stand lounging about, basking in the sun, or lie doggishly on the ground—solitary, though in a crowd,—and ..."

3. Italian Journeys by William Dean Howells (1901)
"Lombard League, it was grievous that she should remain so doggishly faithful to her tyrant; though it is to be granted that perhaps fear had as much to do ..."

4. The Man of Iron by Richard Dehan (1915)
"Now on the point of discovery, he found presence of mind sufficient to repeat the sneeze, panting doggishly, whining and scratching among the fern. ..."

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