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 dooly
Judge Dooly had a humor that was as illuminating as it was enlivening.Stories Of Georgia
Joel Chandler Harris
He is by them placed in a dooly and so dispatched to hospital.
Then it was that from her dooly the pale, emaciated form emerged.
Daddy came to himself just as the men were lifting him into a dooly.Reminiscences of the Great Mutiny 1857-59
Moody issued an order, and a dozen soldiers under a corporal started to look for the dooly.The Story of the Malakand Field Force
Sir Winston S. Churchill