This sort of sustained engagement can short-circuit racially triggered instances of the confirmation bias, wrote dobbin.
You'd never believe the differs it's made to that wee lad, Gebbie, that serves in dobbin's shop.
Now, dobbin, take him off, and we will settle the case in the woods.
A sleigh was a luxury that few Bennington people owned, although Nuck might have hitched the old wood-sled to dobbin.
"That's all, Kennedy; don't say any more," interposed dobbin, impatiently.
He was now all right, and dobbin felt it, and acknowledged the fact with a grateful grunt.
How many of you will it take to punish me for it, eh, dobbin?
dobbin, seeming to sense that all was ready, started on a trot toward the gate.
The face of dobbin, his groom, as he brought the horses round was not conducive to cheer.
I say gave him to me but what really occurred was that I was presented to dobbin.
"farm horse," 1596 (in "Merchant of Venice"), probably from diminutive form of Dob (early 13c.), common Middle English familiar form of masc. proper name Robin or Robert; personal name applied to a horse.