Definition of Dopping

1. a flock of sheldrake [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dopping

dopinesses
doping
doping in sports
dopings
doplic
dopped
doppelbock
doppelbocks
doppelganger
doppelgangers
doppelzentner
dopper
doppers
doppie
doppies
dopping (current term)
doppings
doppio
doppleganger
doppler
doppler broadening
doppler effect
doppler shift
dopplerite
dopplerites
dops
dopy
doquet
doquets
dor

Literary usage of Dopping

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1. The Beauties of Ireland: Being Original Delineations, Topographical by James Norris Brewer (1826)
"... is the seat of John dopping, Esq. ST. JOHNSTOWN, distant six miles from Granard, towards the west, ..."

2. History of the Diocese of Meath by John Healy (1908)
"Another similar service was held in Christ Church shortly after, at which Bishop dopping preached. Some extracts from his sermon on that occasion have ..."

3. Hand-book of Chemistry by Leopold Gmelin, Henry Watts (1860)
"dopping.)— 2. It burns with a very smoky flame when set on fire. ... (dopping.) Oil of amber treated with hydrochloric acid gas is altered in colour and ..."

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