a motherless calf in a cattle herd.
- Also do·gey, do·gy .
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How to use dogie in a sentence
Driving a bunch of old cows to one side for a "hold-up," Henry Lee and his strenuous assistants began cutting out dogie calves.Bat Wing Bowles | Dane Coolidge
There was a jam at the gates, a break or two, and then the first timid dogie stepped fearfully into the enclosure.Bat Wing Bowles | Dane Coolidge
Riding for a dogie outfit was a hard life, but one could always get a laugh out of it somehow.The Fighting Edge | William MacLeod Raine
If a man helps hisself to a pore, sick dogie he's hunted down!The Boy Scouts Book of Campfire Stories | Various
Git along little dogie, git along, git along, Janet sang lustily.The Adventure Girls at K Bar O | Clair Blank
British Dictionary definitions for dogie
Western US and Canadian a motherless calf
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