or doo·lie, dhoo·ly
- (in India) a simple litter, often used to transport sick or wounded persons.
Origin of dooly
First recorded in 1615–25, dooly is from the Hindi word ḍōlī litter
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Examples from the Web for dhooly
Then you will lend us a dhooly for this man, and people to carry him?
In effect the doctor and the men with the dhooly came back just then.
This archway led into that court which is world-famous under the name of Dhooly Square.Camps, Quarters and Casual Places
The strength of the Force consisted of 10,000 fighting men and 2000 followers, besides 1000 dhooly bearers and 3000 coolies.The Post Office of India and its Story
It was a last resource; and though the men grumbled, they lifted the dhooly, and I marched by the side.