Definition of Dorise
1. dorize [v DORISED, DORISING, DORISES] - See also: dorize
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dorise
dorise (current term)
Literary usage of Dorise
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The French Tragi-comedy by Henry Carrington Lancaster (1907)
"dorise is based on the Histoires des Amants ... Convinced that Salmacis has thus slandered her, dorise tears up his letter, ..."
2. Corneille and the Spanish Drama by Jacob Bernard Segall (1902)
"At this critical moment, he catches sight of a sword swung in the air; it is the one dorise is just brandishing over the head of fair Caliste. ..."
3. Mademoiselle of Monte Carlo by William Le Queux (1921)
"TWELFTH CHAPTER THE STRANGER IN BOND STREET As dorise walked up Bond Street ... From Piccadilly the stranger had followed dorise unseen, until at the corner ..."