Definition of Doocot

1. Noun. (context: Scotland) dovecote ¹



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Definition of Doocot

1. a dovecote [n -S] - See also: dovecote

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doocot

doo-dad
doo-wop
doob
doobage
doober
doobers
doobie
doobies
doobries
doobry
doobs
dooced
doocot (current term)
doocots
dood
doodad
doodads
doodah
doodahs
doodia
doodies
doodlebug
doodlebugger
doodlebuggers
doodlebugs
doodled

Literary usage of Doocot

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1. A Book of Dovecotes by Arthur Owens Cooke (1920)
"THE SCOTTISH "doocot" "NoR was the court without its ornaments. In one corner was a tun-bellied pigeon-house, of great size and rotundity, resembling in ..."

2. The Silver-Burdett Readers by Ella Marie Powers, Thomas Minard Balliet (1906)
"THE BOYS' VISIT TO THE doocot CAVES. HUGH MILLER was born at Crom- arty, Scotland, Oct. 10, 1802. Even in childhood he showed a fondness for the works of ..."

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