noun, plural dog·gies.
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Definition for doggy (2 of 2)
adjective, dog·gi·er, dog·gi·est.
Example sentences from the Web for doggy
The answer, clearly, would be a parade of puppies wearing doggie booties.Can You Answer These 10 Oddball Job Interview Questions Asked at America’s Top Tech Companies?|Brian Ries|January 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“We can live without it, we may live longer without it, and the doggie bag will survive just fine,” the mayor plans to say.
The same tendency to anthropomorphize helps sell everything from doggie sweaters to… catered birthday bashes.
One is big, one middle-sized, and one small, and each has a door to fit the doggie who lives there.Seven O'Clock Stories|Robert Gordon Anderson
"When you come nex' time, I hope you'll bring that doggie," said Fly.Prudy Keeping House|Sophie May
While he was putting the plate down under the settle Mr. Traill heard an amazed whisper "He's gien the doggie a chuckie bane."
Sandy remarked, "Ye wadna think, noo, sic a sonsie doggie wad be leevin' i' the murky auld kirkyaird."
The doggie's i' the lodge wi' the caretaker, wha's fair ill, an' he canna be seen the day.