How to use doby in a sentence
But Wally Triplett knew both and struck up a friendship with Robinson and doby that historic year.
He did compare notes with Robinson, doby and others like Jesse Owens but sports in America in the 1940s and 1950s.
doby was not as bubbly a personality as Satchel and was more matter of fact in personality than Jackie.
What the Public Should doby Michael Chertoff Demand greater government vigilance to prevent and protect against major attacks.
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"I'd like to know what is the matter with the buck," thought doby.
doby was not to be startled by ghosts; at least he said he wasn't.
All this action had been so quick that doby could do nothing.
doby had seen some of Filson's drawings of the surrounding trails.
doby glowed with pride when he considered the company he kept.
British Dictionary definitions for do by
(intr, preposition) to treat in the manner specified: employers do well by hard working employees
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Other Idioms and Phrases with doby
Behave with respect to, treat, as in John was determined to do well by his children. This idiom was first recorded about 1175.
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