dowie has known hundreds of babies and they were none of them as big as he is.
It is probable that this is the locality of "the dowie Dens of Yarrow."
All she wanted, dowie found out as the days went by, was to be quiet and to give no trouble.
Why, he looked like dowie or Moses, or some of those fellows.
And Margot let it go at that, but she was as she said, “dowie and despondent.”
He came to see Henrietta and he had the good sense to treat dowie as if she were her mother.
They had become friends and dowie knew she might write to her and ask for information and advice.
"Yes, we've had a talk," dowie replied in her nice steady voice.
But she had no fever and she was as sweet and sensible as if she was talking to her dowie in her own nursery.
But dowie knew the words did not tell her everything she was to hear.