Origin of dobie
Definition for dobie (2 of 2)
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She cited Maynard G. Krebs, from The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, as another inspiration.
Dobie believed that coyotes served a useful function in the animal kingdom by winnowing out the sick and the wounded of a species.
The animal was much misunderstood, Dobie claimed, and was only dangerous when it ran in packs or gangs, like people.
Alice knew that Dobie was a good dog, even if he did have an alarming habit of hunting down rabbits and gophers.
The greater number of the many spirited inscriptions on the monument are the composition of Mr Dobie.
They banded together in formidable outfits to guard the dobie dollars which loaded down the aparejos during the northern journey.When the West Was Young|Frederick R. Bechdolt
He meant well when he left me in Dobie and had me adopted by Uncle Hen.Odd Numbers|Sewell Ford
Mac didn't growl back but the look in her husband's eyes was enough to convince her Dobie's continued existence was in doubt.