Burley's great voice predominant, Mr. douce chiming in with hiccupy broken treble.
Nae muck le o' that, but a douce, good-humored lassie for a' that.
"You must have spent a douce of a lot of money here," he said, after staring at the columns and gallery for some time.
I hae studied her weel, and she's a thrifty, douce, clever lassie.
I'm a douce, quiet-leevin' man, and I'd see the Kirk rummle aboot their lugs ere I'd stir my shanks frae my ain fireside.
Finish your cigar, Mr Morton, and douce the glim when you have done.
It is one of the 'douce' Bibles, printed in London in 1583, and probably bound about the same time.
Miss douce said yes, sitting with his ex, pearl grey and eau de Nil.
This tree, says douce, might have been chosen as the symbol of sadness from the cxxxvii.
According to douce it is a hunting phrase borrowed from the French.