I was therefore laid in one of these doolies, and carried about half way, when the bearers stopt.
I heard the doolies dumped on the ground, and the shutter in front of my door shook.
Several doolies were captured by the enemy, and the band instruments of the 2nd Europeans are missing.
The more serious cases are carried in doolies or litters, protected from the sun by white curtains, and borne by four natives.
At the head of the column of doolies and stretchers were the bodies of the killed, each tied with cords upon a mule.
Long before the last volleys were fired, the doolies were out in force looking for the wounded.
A continuous stream of doolies and stretchers commenced to flow from the fighting line.
Why, on the march I have known him, when all the doolies were full, give up his own horse to a man who had fallen out.
Brigadier Pope was mortally wounded (since dead), and the cavalry were only brought up by the doolies at the general hospital.
A group of officers remained under the shade of a tree near until the surgeon who had ridden in with the doolies came out.
A first-year cadet
[1950s+ Air Force Academy; origin uncertain; perhaps fr Greek doulos, ''slave,'' which is the source of the early 1800s British schoolboy term doul, ''fag, senior boy's personal menial among the junior boys''; perhaps fr the West Point term ducrot, ''inferior or despised cadet'']