a motherless calf in a cattle herd.
- Also do·gey, do·gy .
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How to use dogie in a sentence
The outfit reached the limit of its circle and turned toward home, sending its cuts of dogies on before it.Bat Wing Bowles | Dane Coolidge
They rounded up the pastures then, one after the other, and soon the great herd of dogies was strung out on the road.Bat Wing Bowles | Dane Coolidge
The girl watched her father drive half a dozen dogies into the mountain corral perched precariously on the hillside.The Fighting Edge | William MacLeod Raine
Whoopee ti yi, git along, little dogies;It's my misfortune and none of your own.Cowboy Songs | Various
O say, little dogies, when you goin' to lay down And quit this forever siftin' around?Cowboy Songs | Various
British Dictionary definitions for dogie
Western US and Canadian a motherless calf
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