The dull, dark crimson that had stained the dop Doctor's opaque skin had given place to pallor.
His name was upon her lips, when she saw the dop Doctor sleeping in his chair.
To the ears of Mop and dop it was all tweedledum and tweedledee.
dopper, dop′er, n. a member of a rigid religious sect in South Africa.
The two bottles of dop were chucked in as a finish and the mixture was nasty enough for anybody—rich brown, creamy, and fiery hot.
dopplerite, dop′ler-īt, n. a substance derived from the maceration of peat.
Then he slipped his hand under his pillow and drew forth a flask of "dop."
But dop is setting her cap at him in a positively disgraceful manner—even for dop.
The dop Doctor lifted his head as the bell of the front door rang loudly at the back passage-end.
"It would be a fine thing for dop if Mr. Hamleigh were to come to the scratch," mused Jack.