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doddie

or doddy

[dod-ee] /ˈdɒd i/
noun
1.
a cow or bull having no horns, especially an Aberdeen Angus.
Origin of doddie
1580-1590
1580-90; dod to poll (Middle English dodden) + -ie
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  • doddie, her little mouth still pouting and sulky, kissed mamma.

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  • doddie,” asked Van Oudijck, “who was with you at the gate just now?

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  • I have told mamma about our sixteen and sixpence, doddie,' I went on, turning to George. '

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  • doddie appeared after her nap, carrying her cockatoo on her wrist.

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  • I have helped Theo for the last time; and doddie is married.

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  • And she drew doddie to her and kissed the girl and wiped away her tears.

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  • And very likely, doddie, things will get broken, more than——'

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  • He had sent the carriage away and he walked home with doddie.

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  • Until now, doddie had always been very fond of Léonie, instinctively.

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  • They were fond of doddie there: she would have a better time than at Labuwangi.

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